Temperatures continue average 10 to 15 degrees below normal for early May, with readings topping out in the upper 50s and low 60s the last four days. Skies have turned cloudy, and light rain will overspread the western half of Ohio overnight.
A warm front extending from low pressure in the central Plains and Lower Missouri Valley will slowly push north into southern Ohio Sunday, which will focus rounds of showers, and periods of heavy rain in the morning. A few embedded storms will develop in the southern counties near the track of low pressure later in the afternoon, as temperatures rise to the 60s, while holding in the chilly 40s north of Delaware and Marysville.
A cold front accompanied by showers and a few storms will cross the Ohio Valley Saturday evening, with showers tapering off and brisk, chilly weather following low pressure tracking south of the I-70 corridor into Pennsylvania.
High pressure will build down from Canada early next week, featuring a continuation of unseasonably chilly weather. Frost is likely again Wednesday morning. Dry conditions will prevail through midweek, with a few showers possible on Thursday, when a small storm arrives.
- Tonight: Clouds increase, rain late. Low 43
- Sunday: Periods of rain, heavy at times, breezy. High 60
- Monday: Partly sunny. High 55 (39)
- Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High 56 (37)
- Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 62 (36)
- Thursday: Mostly cloudy, few showers. High 63 (44)
- Friday: Sunshine. High 67 (44)