A weak surface low will crawl across Ohio, keeping the weather cloudy, with scattered showers and isolated storms tapering this evening. Rainfall totals will range from .10-.30 inch in some places, bringing needed moisture in an abnormally dry September.
Cloud cover held temperatures to upper 60s and low 70s. Showers will end as the weakening storm system fills and glides off to the east overnight. Some patchy dense fog is likely where skies partially clear. Morning readings will dip to the low 60s, and upper 50s in the west.
High pressure will build into the region through the weekend from the north, providing plenty of sunshine and warmer-than-average temperatures, with highs in the upper 70s and low 80s continuing well into next week.
- Tonight: Scattered showers, patchy fog with late partial clearing. Low 61
- Friday: Morning clouds, isolated shower east, some sun p.m.. High 75
- Saturday: Mostly sunny. High 79 (58)
- Sunday: Sunny, warmer. High 81 (56)
- Monday: Sunny. High 82 (58)
- Tuesday: Sunny. High 83 (60)
- Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 84 (59)
- Thursday: Partly sunny. High 81 (60)