Strong winds expected, rain and cooler temperatures coming



Strong winds will develop Sunday morning, with potentially damaging gusts between 40 and 60 mph, accompanying the passage of a cold front and a vigorous low-pressure system northwest of Ohio. Good idea to secure outdoor furniture and holiday decorations before the winds pick up.

Rain showers will taper off by early afternoon as a cold front advances to the east of Ohio.

Severe storms broke out in Illinois and Missouri this evening triggering a few tornado warnings along the active cold front. The sharp pressure difference and associated cooler, drier air arriving midday tomorrow will maintain powerful winds gusts through the day, gradually diminishing overnight. Sunshine and breezy conditions will prevail early in the week.

A reinforcing blast of chilly air Tuesday could bring a stray snowflake early in the day across the north. The chilly weather will moderate later in the week, as highs rebound into the 60s starting Thursday into next weekend.


Sunday: Rain early, becoming windy, mild early. High 57, falling to 47
Monday: Mostly sunny, breezy, cool. High 50 (32)
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, brisk, colder. High 43 (34)
Wednesday: Mainly sunny, chilly. High 45 (25)
Thursday: Clouds increase, mild. High 58 (31)
Friday: Partly cloudy. High 61 (45)
Saturday: Partly cloudy. High 60 (46)

Have a great weekend! -Ben

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