Cool fall weather has settled in right on cue for the start of October. Enjoy glimpses of the nearly full Harvest Moon tonight, the first of two full moons this month (blue moon on Halloween).
High pressure will drift east, with clouds lingering through the overnight, which will keep temperatures about 10 degrees warmer tonight, after a chilly Saturday morning (mid-30s to low 40s).
A disturbance moving through the Ohio Valley Sunday will bring showers. Temperatures will briefly edge back up into the low to mid-60s before rain arrives.
Skies will turn partly to mostly sunny Monday, with cooler temperatures behind departing low pressure. Moderation will follow with sunshine Tuesday and Wednesday. A weak cold front could bring a few clouds, but moisture is limited. Slightly cooler weather will follow late week, before a weekend warm-up.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, not as chilly, sprinkles. Low 49
Sunday: Showers, cool. High 62
Monday: Partly to mostly sunny, cool. High 58 (43)
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, milder. High 68 (42)
Wednesday: Mainly sunny, pleasant. High 72 (50)
Thursday: Partly cloudy, little cooler. High 66 (46)
Friday: Sunny, mild. High 68 (43)
Have a great weekend! -Ben