Temperatures were mild to start the weekend, topping out around 70 with mixed clouds, but get ready before another cool-down Sunday. Low pressure traveling east across northern Kentucky is bringing a soaking rain to Ohio, up to an inch along and southeast of the I-71 corridor, and 0.5 inch farther north.
Low pressure will move across southeastern Ohio and West Virginia early Sunday, causing winds to shift to the north. Rain will gradually taper off by late afternoon, but the winds will pick up and become quite gusty, as low pressure redevelops along the Atlantic Coast.
Dry weather will return briefly on Monday with high pressure. Another round of showers will move in late Monday night and early Tuesday accompanying the first of several disturbances rippling east from the Plains states. The best chance for widespread rain and thunderstorms will occur on Wednesday. Showers are still likely Thursday. Friday should be dry, but yet another system could bring showers next weekend.
Tonight: Periods of rain. Low 52
Sunday: Rain tapers off to showers p.m., breezy, cooler, falling to upper 40s
Monday: Sun, late clouds, milder. High 58 (38)
Tuesday: Early showers, mostly cloudy. High 64 (46)
Wednesday: Showers, storm. High 65 (54)
Thursday: Showers. High 59 (48)
Friday: Clearing, mild. High 62 (45)
Have a good weekend! -Ben