FREEZE WARNING CENTRAL OHIO
High pressure will drift across the Ohio Valley early in the weekend, promoting fair skies, light winds, and a frosty start to the weekend. A freeze warning covers most of Ohio early Saturday.
Expect morning readings ranging from 30 to 35 degrees, and some upper 20s in the cold spots, ending the growing season in most areas. Winds will gradually turn southerly Saturday, with some high clouds arriving and crisp weather, with afternoon readings near 60.
Clouds will thicken early Sunday, keeping morning readings up in the 40s, with after temperatures again near 60. A cold front will sag south late Sunday, with showers likely Sunday evening into early Monday.
The front will drift farther south Monday, with partial clearing and chilly weather persisting. The same front will lift north early next week and interact with a disturbance to bring a few showers Tuesday, followed by warmer weather midweek.
Tonight: Mainly clear, frosty. Low 30-35
Saturday: Mostly sunny, crisp. High 59
Sunday: Partly sunny, milder. High 65 (46)
Monday: Periods of rain. High 58 (52)
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, few showers. High 64 (46)
Wednesday: Partly sunny, mild. High 68 (50)
Thursday: Showers, breezy. High 70 (52)