Low pressure will track north across western Ohio early tonight and reach the central Great Lakes Sunday. Clusters of showers and a few strong storms lifted northeast across central Ohio with heavy rain in places. The activity will decrease in intensity and become more scattered after sunset. The severe threat is diminishing past peak heating and after pockets of rain cooled things off.
Showers will linger on and off Sunday, especially across the north wrapping around low pressure shifting off to the northeast. Residual clouds on Sunday will hold readings mainly in the 70s.
The weather will remain unsettled early next week with low pressure aloft, keeping a small chance for showers Monday and Tuesday. Drier conditions will develop midweek, with cooler weather later in the week and highs only near 80 degrees.
Tonight: Scattered showers, sticky. Low 70
Sunday: Cloudy, sticky, scattered showers mainly north half. High 79
Monday: Partly sunny., scattered storms p.m. High 82 (64)
Tuesday: Mix clouds and sun, few pop-ups. High 82 (64)
Wednesday: Partly sunny, cooler. High 80 (60)
Thursday: Sunny, pleasant. High 79 (58)
Friday: Mostly sunny. High 83 (61)
Have a good weekend! -Ben