A cold front crossed the state, accompanied by gusty westerly winds (20-30 mph) behind low pressure over the eastern Lakes. Scattered showers will linger across the northern half of the state tonight.

Winds will weaken overnight, with some partial clearing and morning lows in the lower 50s. Skies will clear for a time on Monday before clouds fill in, with a late-day shower in the north. Readings will remain in the 60s, with a chilly west wind.

A broad upper-air disturbance will linger over the lower Great Lakes, keeping skies mostly cloudy, along with a few showers developing Monday night and lingering on Tuesday, especially across the northern half of the state. High temperatures will only reach the crisp low 60s, with cool mornings in the lower 40s.

High pressure will build back in midweek, resulting in mostly sunny skies the second half of the week. The remnants of Ian could bring rain into portions of Ohio later next weekend.

Forecast

  • Tonight: Scattered showers north, blustery, cooler. Low 53
  • Monday: Mix clouds and sun, breezy. High 68
  • Tuesday: Mainly cloudy, light showers north. High 62 (49) 
  • Wednesday: Partly cloudy, cool. High 61 (44) 
  • Thursday: Sunny. High 63 (44)
  • Friday: Partly cloudy. High 65 (45) 
  • Saturday: Increasing clouds, showers later. High 68 (48)