Skies were partly sunny, with afternoon temperatures in the mid- to upper 70s, and pleasant humidity. 

A couple of disturbances will rotate around an upper-level low-pressure area north of the Great Lakes tonight and Sunday, generating a few showers and storms. Any storm Sunday afternoon during peak heating could produce gusty winds, small hail, and heavy rain.

A cold front will sag south into central Ohio Sunday night and stall, before moving north as a warm front on Monday, placing the region in the warm sector of an increasingly muggy air mass. A few storms will develop in the afternoon and evening that could turn severe due to high instability..  

A heat dome will expand across the Midwest and East early in the week. Hot and sticky summer will prevail Tuesday through Thursday, with mostly sunny skies and temperatures soaring into the mid-90s. A cold front will approach the region late on Thursday, with storms likely, followed by slightly cooler weather next weekend.


  • Tonight: Mostly cloudy, showers, rumble. Low 66
  • Sunday: Mix clouds and sun, few showers, storm p.m. High 83 
  • Monday: Partly cloudy, warm, sticky, few pop-ups. High 88 (66)
  • Tuesday: Sunny, hot. High 93 (71)
  • Wednesday: Sunny, hot. High 95 (74)
  • Thursday: Partly sunny, steamy, storms p.m. High 92 (76)
  • Friday: Mostly sunny, less humid. High 87 (69)