A brisk southwesterly flow sent temperatures soaring into the mid-80s this weekend, under partly cloudy skies. High pressure along the Mid-Atlantic Coast will slowly shift east, as a frontal system approaches the state tonight. Rain reaching the northwest continues to fizzle in drier air.
A storm system will cross the northern Great Lakes Monday. Showers and storms will redevelop ahead of a trailing cold front midday. A few stronger cells could produce gusty winds and brief heavy rain, especially along and east of I-71 during the afternoon, when temperatures will range from 75-80 degrees.
Unseasonably chilly weather will return beginning on Tuesday, as Canadian high pressure drifts east, creating a cool northwesterly flow. The weather will be dry until the weekend. Frost is even possible Wednesday and Thursday mornings, and few flurries could fly in northeast Ohio midweek.
- Tonight: High clouds, breezy. Low 63
- Monday: Clouds increase, showers, gusty storms p.m. High 77
- Tuesday: Partly cloudy, cooler. High 56 (43)
- Wednesday: Mostly sunny, chilly. High 50 (35)
- Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 58 (33)
- Friday: Partly sunny. High 65 (40)
- Saturday: Mostly cloudy, showers p.m. High 69 (48)
- Sunday: Showers, mild. High 67 (54)