Seasonably cool weather has returned after a warm first week of April. A weak wave of low pressure passing south of the area brought clouds a little rain across the southern counties of Ohio earlier in the day.
High pressure will provide a crisp northwesterly flow of air that will be reinforced by upper-level low pressure dropping south over the Great Lakes to the Mid-Atlantic region late week.
Skies will turn mostly cloudy Thursday, as cold air aloft leads to a few instability showers in northeast Ohio. Afternoon temperatures will barely get to 50 degrees, and then dip into the mid-30s early Friday, with scattered frost.
The weekend will be cool and on the cloudy side. A few spotty light showers will move through Saturday evening, with temperatures in the mid- to upper 50s. We’ll see another chance for showers Sunday afternoon as an upper disturbance approaches.
The weather looks more seasonable next week, though still a little cooler than normal.
- Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 63
- Thursday: Cloudy periods, cooler. sprinkles, chilly. High 50 (41)
- Friday: Partly cloudy. High 54 (38)
- Saturday: Mostly cloudy, scattered showers p.m. High 56 (40)
- Sunday: Clouds, showers likely. High 59 (43)
- Monday: Partly sunny. High 63 (42)
- Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, shower. High 64 (44)