A cold front brought rounds of showers and storms Friday evening, with an abrupt that marked the end to a late October warm spell, after two days with readings topping out around 80 degrees.
Much cooler followed in the wake of the cold front Saturday, with temperatures hovering in the upper 40s, accompanied by a chilly north wind of 10 to 15 mph. Clouds will linger through the overnight, as lows dip into the upper 30s and low 40s.
High pressure will slide from the Upper Midwest to the Northeast, keeping the weather quiet and crisp all weekend. A weak disturbance will brush southeastern Ohio Sunday with a few sprinkles and maintain a mostly cloudy sky statewide.
A return flow will develop from the southwest Monday with moisture and meet up with a frontal boundary approaching from the west. Low pressure will form in the southern Plains and bring another period of wet weather later in the week.
Tonight: Mainly cloudy, chilly. Low 42
Sunday: Clouds, sprinkles southeast. High 50
Monday: Cloudy, cool, spotty showers late. High 52 (48)
Tuesday: Sprinkle, mostly cloudy, chilly. High 52 (45)
Wednesday: Partly sunny. High 60 (41)
Thursday: Showers, chilly. High 53 (45)
Friday: Partly sunny, cool. High 51 (38)
Have a good weekend! -Ben