High pressure will slide east across the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes, providing a slightly cooler and noticeably drier northerly flow of air.
The cold front that sparked showers and storms will settle over Kentucky. A weak wave riding the front will bring some cloudiness overnight and early Sunday, with a chance for a shower in southern Ohio.
Skies will turn mostly sunny on Sunday, with warm readings in the upper 80s, but humidity levels will be pleasant. Beginning on Monday, a southerly flow will introduce muggier conditions, along with partly cloudy skies and temperatures edging into the low 90s.
A cluster of showers and storms will accompany a disturbance later Monday night into Tuesday, as the cold front lifts north as a warm front as straddles northern Ohio.
The weather will remain unsettled next week, with weak disturbances triggering scattered showers and storms near the frontal boundary separating hot, humid air to the south and cooler, drier conditions over the Great Lakes. High will average in the upper 80s through Friday, with typical summertime humidity.
- Tonight: Clouds return, shower south late. Low 68
- Sunday: Clouds early, sun returns. High 88
- Fourth of July: Partly cloudy, hot, humid. High 91 (66)
- Tuesday: Partly sunny, hot & humid, few storms. High 89 (74)
- Wednesday: Partly sunny, scattered storms. High 89 (72)
- Thursday: Mix clouds and sun, isolated storms. High 87 (70)
- Friday: Partly sunny, stray storm. High 87 (70)