Low pressure will move east to the Mid-Atlantic coast, but there is some residual moisture behind a passing cold front earlier in the day,, resulting in cloud cover that will linger into the afternoon. Temperatures will struggle again to reach 60 degrees. .
Later in the day, drier air will bring a clearing trend. Skies will be partly cloudy tonight, as high pressure builds in across the Great Lakes. Patchy frost is likely in eastern portions of central Ohio early Monday.
A significant warmup commences Monday afternoon, as winds turn southerly, allowing temperatures to rebound to near 70. Even warmer weather will follow Tuesday and Wednesday, with highs in the low 80s and an increase in cloudiness.
A cold front and low pressure over the Upper Midwest will generate showers and a few storms late Wednesday and more widespread rain Thursday. Additional rain will linger early Frida, as a wave follows the cold front along the Appalachians, with chilly weather returning by the weekend.
- Sunday: Clouds gradually giving way to clearing p.m. High 60
- Tonight: Some clouds, cool. Low 38
- Monday: Sunny, seasonable High 69
- Tuesday: Mostly sunny, breezy, warmer. High 82 (50)
- Wednesday: Partly sunny, late-day storms. High 80 (61)
- Thursday: Rainy day. High 68 (61)
- Friday: Early rain, clearing, cooler. High 64 (49)
- Saturday: Mild sunshine. High 68 (44)