A line of locally strong storms ahead of a weak cold front gradually consolidated and developed farther south as expected. The nighttime activity is supported by very moist air fueling the squall line moving across eastern and southern Ohio.
The air behind the front the rest of the week won’t be much cooler, although the humidity will briefly dip Thursday and early Friday.
A few clusters of showers and storms will drop southeast across the Great Lakes into parts of Ohio over the weekend, as the frontal boundary meanders along the northern rim of a heat dome in the central states.
- Tonight: Showers, gusty storms end, sticky. Low 69
- Thursday: Partly cloudy, less humid. High 87
- Friday: Sunny, warm. High 89 (66)
- Saturday: Partly cloudy, hot, humid. High 90 (70)
- Monday: Showers, storms likely. High 86 (72)
- Tuesday: Muggy, few storms. High 86 (68)
- Wednesday: Partly sunny, storm p.m. High 87 (70)