High pressure and a brisk northwest wind behind the remnants of Tropical Storm Fay and low pressure over northern New York ushered in slightly cooler and less humid air into Ohio.
An isolated shower is possible this evening east of an upper-level ripple and cluster of storms dropping southeast across Indiana, brushing southwestern Ohio early tonight.
Highs topped out short of 90 degrees (88 in Columbus) for the first time in nearly two weeks, after 12 straight days at or above 90 degrees.
Low pressure diving southeast southeast across Illinois and western Indiana into Kentucky early Sunday will bring a few rounds of showers and storms, primarily near and south of I-70 through midday Sunday, before shifting south in the afternoon. Clouds and showers will limit highs to the low 80s in central Ohio.
Fair weather returns early next week, with another warm-up as a heat ridge builds again, and the usual late day storms toward the end of the week, with increasing humidity.
Tonight: Clouds increase, spotty shower. Low 69
Sunday: Showers and storms, shifting south. High 82
Monday: Mostly sunny. High 84 (65)
Tuesday: Sun, warmer. High 86 (63)
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, warm and sticky. High 90 (67)
Thursday: Partly sunny, hot, humid, scattered storms p.m.. High 91 (71)
Friday: More clouds, showers, storms. High 89 (72)
Saturday: Partly sunny, pop-up showers. High 87 (68)