A couple of disturbances will rotate around an upper-level low-pressure area in southeastern Canada, generating scattered showers and storms through the evening hours. Storms during peak heating produced gusty winds, small hail, and heavy rain.
A cold front will sag south into central Ohio tonight and stall, before moving north as a warm front on Monday, placing the region in an increasingly hot and muggy air mass, with weak high pressure over the region.
A few storms will develop in the afternoon and evening that could turn severe due to high instability, and a storm complex could bring severe weather and a damaging wind threat later Monday evening in the northern part of the state.
A heat dome will expand across the Midwest and East. 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: Isolated showers, storms early, sticky. Low 69
- Monday: Warm, sticky, late day strong storms. High 88
- Tuesday: Mostly sunny, hot. High 94 (72)
- Wednesday: Sunny, hot. High 96 (74)
- Thursday: Partly sunny, steamy, storms p.m. High 92 (76)
- Friday: Mostly sunny, less humid. High 87 (69)
- Saturday: Sunny. High 84 (62)