A high-pressure area over the state will shift east of Ohio, resulting in a southwesterly flow of increasing humid air. Plenty of sunshine will prevail, as highs top out in the mid-80s. Mornings will be milder, generally in the mid-60s.
A disturbance will track across the Great Lakes Saturday, bringing an opportunity for scattered late day thunderstorms Saturday, most likely across the north, with temperatures in the upper 80s. A high-pressure ridge aloft will keep conditions dry Sunday, with building heat, allowing temperatures to approach 90 degrees.
An upper-level low will settle over the Midwest next week, keeping the region in a hot, muggy flow of air, along with scattered mainly afternoon and evening storms. Look for the heat to stick around through Thursday, with highs edging into the low 90s, before a cold front begins to push south late in the week.
- Friday: Mostly sunny, warm. High 87
- Tonight: Partly cloudy. Low 69
- Saturday: Partly sunny, more humid, late day storms. High 87
- Sunday: Mostly sunny, very warm, sticky. High 89 (67)
- Monday: Partly sunny, hot, humid, pop-up storms. High 91 (69)
- Tuesday: Hot and muggy, few storms. High 91 (71)
- Wednesday: Warm, sticky, scattered storms. High 89 (72)