Sunshine helped dry out the sodden soils after an early morning freeze with readings in the mid-20s. Brighter skies dimmed with encroaching high clouds, holding readings to the mid-40s, well below the normal of 53.
A disturbance moving northeast up the Ohio River valley is bringing light rain overnight and Monday morning, mixing with snow in the far northern part of the state. Clouds will linger on Monday in a northwesterly flow, keeping temperatures on the cool side (40s).
Brief clearing Tuesday with high pressure will be followed by increasing clouds and another wave of rain Tuesday night into Wednesday morning with low pressure tracking through the Midwest. Warmer weather late week will make it feel more like spring, but with showers and a few storms possible.
Tonight: Periods of rain, cool. Low 38
Monday: Showers, chilly. High 49
Tuesday: Clouds increase, showers late. High 56 (36)
Wednesday: Few showers early, mostly cloudy. High 58 (46)
Thursday: Partly sunny, warmer. High 65 (44)
Friday: Mostly cloudy, showers. High 58 (46)