A few light showers moved through central and southeastern Ohio associated with a weak area of low pressure on the western side of the Appalachians.
Temperatures will be hard-pressed to surpass 50 degrees, as high pressure slides across the southeastern Canada and maintains a cool northeasterly circulation. A storm in the Southeast will keep conditions mostly cloudy, with the rain shifting east to the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast coastal areas tonight.
A return flow behind high pressure in southeastern Canada will transport moisture northward that will overrun cooler air, leading to some showers persisting early in the workweek.
Low pressure forming in the southern Plains will connect with Tropical Storm Zeta developing in the Gulf of Mexico, bringing another period of rainy weather later in the week that will impact trick or treat night Thursday, ending with a reinforcing blast of chilly air Friday.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, sprinkles late. Low 45
Monday: Cloudy, cool, showers. High 52
Tuesday: Sprinkle, mostly cloudy, chilly. High 51 (43)
Wednesday: Partly sunny. High 58 (41)
Thursday: Showers, chilly. High 56 (45)
Friday: Partly sunny, blustery, chilly. High 51 (43)