A patch of light rain moved through the state this morning with an upper-level wave coming through the Mississippi and Ohio Valleys. A separate clipper-like system brushed northeast Ohio with rain showers, giving most of the state a bit a wet start to the day.
A cold front will push through midday that will eventually lead to clearing skies later this afternoon and seasonably chilly weather. Tonight will be clear and quite cold, down in the mid-20s.
Under high pressure Saturday, we will see plenty of sun and crisp early December weather, with highs in the upper 30s to low 40s.
A return flow will develop Sunday as high pressure moves to the East Coast, bringing an increase in cloud cover and a layer of moisture. A few showers could break out by evening, then periods of rain are likely later Sunday night through Monday night. A strong cold front will follow early Tuesday, with falling temperatures and rain showers ending as a few snow showers later in the day.
Friday: Light rain ending, late clearing. High 44
Tonight: Fair, cold. Low 26
Saturday: Sunny. High 41
Sunday: Partly sunny, breezy, milder showers late. High 52 (31)
Monday: Showers, mild. High 55 (46)
Tuesday: Showers, windy, turning cooler. High 42, falling through 30s
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, much colder. High 28 (21)
Thursday: Partly sunny, cold. High 34 (19)
Have a good day! -Ben