Patchy fog mixed out, resulting in periods of sunshine and temperatures approaching 80 degrees. A warm front will lift north tonight, triggering showers and storms after midnight, some locally heavy, tapering off around daybreak.
Areas along and south of I-70 are under a marginal risk of damaging winds and hail late tonight, rising to a slight risk from Washington Court House and Chillicothe southward.
Friday will be windy and quite warm, with a southwesterly flow pushing readings into the low 90s in many areas, under mostly sunny skies. Saturday will also be very warm and humid, with a few isolated storms, but most of the day will be dry, with partly cloudy skies
A cold front will cross the state Sunday, resulting in numerous showers and a few embedded storms, tapering off in the afternoon. Temperatures will cool off into the 70s. Clearing and cooler weather will follow Monday, as high pressure builds across the Great Lakes. Showers will return later Tuesday and continue on Wednesday.
- Thursday: Mix clouds and sun, warmer. High 81
- Tonight: Partly cloudy, late showers, storms. Low 66
- Friday: Early shower, clearing, breezy and warm. High 90
- Saturday: Partly sunny, evening storm. High 90 (70)
- Sunday: Showers, thunder south. High 78 (68)
- Monday: Mostly sunny, pleasant. High 68 (52)
- Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, few showers. High 74 (51)
- Wednesday: Showers likely. High 76 (61)