A broad disturbance over the lower Great Lakes will slowly lift northeast, with a surface reflection, maintaining an unseasonably cool northwesterly flow over region, with lingering cloudiness. 

High pressure over the Upper Midwest will nudge eastward over the Great Lakes Thursday and Friday, bringing plenty of sunshine and cool conditions heading into the weekend. Morning lows will dip into the lower 40s, and afternoon readings will remain in the pleasantly cool 60s.

The remnants of Hurricane Ian will lift northward after a second landfall in South Carolina Friday and bring increasing cloudiness Saturday, with an envelope of rain brushing the southeastern half of the state, depending on the eventual track of the remnant low before it shifts northeast away from the Upper Ohio Valley.


  • Tonight: Partial clearing. Low 48
  • Friday: Partly cloudy. High 69  
  • Saturday: Mostly cloudy, showers east. High 66 (49)
  • Sunday: Mix clouds and sun. High 68 (53)
  • Monday: Partly sunny. High 66 (53)
  • Tuesday: Partly sunny. High 68 (50)