QUICK WEATHER FORECAST:
- Sunday: Sunny and mild, high 60
- Tonight: Mostly clear & cool, low 35
- Monday: Mainly sunny, warmer, high 65
- Tuesday: Mostly sunny, high 64
- Wednesday: Partly sunny and mild, high 63
- Veterans Day: Chance for showers late, high 65
Good morning and happy Sunday!
It’s another clear and cold start to the day ahead of a warming trend that will continue today and into the start of the workweek.
After another frosty start and lows around the 30 degree mark, sunshine will help to bring temperatures up to around 60 degrees this afternoon, which is a 5 degree boost compared to yesterday and about 5 degrees above normal as well.
Overnight, with high pressure still in charge we’ll stay under a clear sky as lows fall to the mid 50s.
Monday, high pressure will start to move to the southeast and kick in a light southerly wind. The southerly breeze plus sunshine will keep the warming trend in full swing as temperatures climb to the the mid 60s.
Late Tuesday into Wednesday a weak system will move through. This is a moisture deprived cold front, so the only influence we will see is a brief shift in wind and a more clouds.
A stronger system will move in by the end of the week. This will lead to the next chance for rain in Central Ohio arriving late Thursday and carrying into the start of the weekend. The cold front associated with this system will also lead to a drastic drop in temperatures.
Have a great day!