Clouds persisted with the northeastward advance of the remnants of Delta over the Tennessee Valley. Showers pivoted northward into southeast Ohio, but stayed mostly south of the I-70 corridor.
Low pressure will slide northeast across the Appalachians to the Mid-Atlantic Coast, taking the rain well east of Ohio overnight, with breaks in the clouds. Morning readings will stay above 60 degrees again for the second straight night.
Clouds and sun will mix Monday, as southerly winds push temperatures into the mid- to upper 70s, about 10 degrees above normal. An approaching cold front will trigger showers Monday night, before a little cooler and drier air arrives Tuesday.
The weather will be seasonable through midweek with abundant sunshine, mild days and cool nights–ideal for enhancing the fall colors.
Another cold front will cross the state Thursday, with a few showers, followed by sharply chillier weather and probable frost next weekend.
Tonight: Mainly cloudy. Low 61
Monday: Mix clouds and sun, warmer, evening showers. High 77
Tuesday: Sunny, pleasant. High 68 (47)
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, seasonal. High 71 (49)
Thursday: Partly sunny, pop-up showers. High 68 (54)
Friday: Partly sunny, much cooler. High 55 (42)
Saturday: Crisp sunshine. High 54 (35)