A rainy start to the weekend is associated with low pressure meandering over the Ohio Valley, before slowly exiting to the east tonight. Central Ohio has already received a little more than an inch of rain on top of the 1-3 inches that fell earlier in the week, bringing a wet finish to October.

Temperatures peaked in the upper 50s under cloudy skies, with occasional rain. Showers will be more scattered overnight, tapering off in most areas by midnight.

Some clearing will develop later Sunday, as high pressure builds in. Temperatures will be seasonable, edging into the low 60s.

Monday will bring more sunshine but cooler weather, with highs falling back to the mid-50s. Clouds will arrive with a weak impulse Monday night and Tuesday, with sprinkles reaching southern Ohio.

A surge of chilly Canadian air will hold temperatures in the 40s midweek under mostly cloudy skies.

Forecast

  • Tonight: Cloudy, cool, sprinkles. Low 49
  • Sunday: Morning clouds, some sun. High 61
  • Monday: Partly cloudy. High 54 (39)
  • Tuesday: Clouds chilly. High 48 (41)
  • Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, chilly. High 46 (35)
  • Thursday: Mostly cloudy. High 46 (34)
  • Friday: Partly cloudy. High 47 (32)