COLUMBUS (WCMH)–Warmer and more humid conditions returned with a southwesterly flow behind high pressure, pushing temperatures into the mid-80s under hazy skies.
A narrow broken line of showers and storms dropping south from northern Ohio and Indiana brought overnight showers and storms that faded early this morning.
Another warm and humid day is in store with clouds mixing with partial sunshine. Heating will lead to pop-up storms in the afternoon well south of I-70 along an outflow boundary from the earlier rain, moving south of the Ohio River by evening.
A cold front will cross central Ohio this evening, creating a few more scattered showers, as the front sags south to the Ohio River by Monday morning.
The front will wash out as high pressure aloft builds over the region, resulting in hot and moderately humid weather most of the week, with a fair amount of sunshine. Highs will be near or a little above 90 degrees until the end of the week, when showers and storms develop ahead of a cold front.
- Sunday: Mixed clouds and some sun later, isolated storms, muggy. High 86
- Tonight: Few evening showers, muggy. Low 69
- Monday: Mostly sunny. High 89
- Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High 91 (68)
- Wednesday: Mainly sunny, hot, humid. High 92 (69)
- Thursday: Partly sunny, sticky, few storms. High 89 (70)
- Friday: Partly sunny, little cooler. High 86 (66)