COLUMBUS (WCMH)– A low-pressure area over northern Pennsylvania pushed a cold front south across Ohio, accompanied by bands of showers earlier in the day.
Drier air is filtering into the state tonight, which will bring some clearing and cooler overnight readings in the 60s.
The front will stall just south of the Ohio River, keeping a shower chance in the forecast across southern Ohio Sunday afternoon, with seasonable temperatures in the mid-80s.
We’ll see considerable sunshine early next week, as high pressure over the Great Lakes builds south. A weak cold front will move through Tuesday night, with only a slight chance for a shower. Temperatures will rise a little above normal Tuesday ahead of the front into the upper 80s, before cooling a few degrees midweek.
The next chance for showers and storms will precede a cold front late Friday into next weekend.
- Tonight: Gradual clearing, cooler, not as sticky. Low 62
- Sunday: Partly sunny, stray shower p.m. High 84
- Monday: Mostly sunny. High 85 (64)
- Tuesday: Mostly sunny, warm. High 87 (65)
- Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 84 (66)
- Thursday: Mostly sunny, warm. High 87 (64)
- Friday: Partly sunny, humid, storms p.m. High 87 (69)