Good Saturday Evening!
A low-pressure area will lift north into Lower Michigan overnight — the remnants of Tropical Storm Olga — bringing gusty winds and showers into the early morning. Rainfall totals have been between .50 and .75 inch locally, and more than an inch in northwestern Ohio.
A few lights showers will be part of the wrap-around moisture Sunday morning behind a cold front crossing the state. Drier air will follow Sunday afternoon, with very breezy and seasonably cool conditions. Sunshine will return for the start of the workweek along with pleasant temperatures.
A couple of storms pulling out of the Rockies, with snow, will push cooler weather our way later in the week. Thursday looks to be the next rainy day, followed by the chilliest weather of the season so far. Rain could dampen trick-or-treat night, and perhaps a wet snowflake will be in the air by early Friday!
Tonight: Showers tapering off, breezy. Low 53
Sunday: Early sprinkles, clouds linger, quite blustery. High 62
Monday: Mostly sunny. High 62 (44)
Tuesday: Partly sunny. High 65 (46)
Wednesday: Clouds return, late shower. High 62 (47)
Thursday: Rain, breezy. High 53 (42)
Friday: Mix clouds and sun, chilly. High 48 (35)
Have a good night! -Ben