High pressure over the Great Lakes will shift east over the holiday weekend. Clouds will linger through the day with an isolated shower or storm possible over the southern half of the state.
Game-time temperatures will be in the mid 70s, with some breaks in the clouds developing, and a light northeast breeze.
The weather will be more active on Sunday as an upper disturbance ripples across the southern Lakes and a wave of low pressure moves across Ohio. A return flow from the south will generate an area of showers and embedded storms through midday, pushing east later in the afternoon.
The Labor Day forecast looks to be warm with partly sunny skies and a slight risk of an afternoon pop-up shower. A cold front will approach the region late Tuesday, with scattered showers and a few storms developing in a muggy air mass overnight into Wednesday morning.
After the front passes midweek, the weather will turn pleasant again to welcome the first week of September.
Saturday: Clouds thinning, breaks of sun, isolated showers. High 80
Tonight: Clouds thicken, mild. Low 64
Sunday: Mostly cloudy, a few showers, storm. High 81
Monday: Partly cloudy, warmer. High 84 (64)
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, warm and sticky, late storm in spots. High 87 (63)
Wednesday: Few showers, storms, ending late. High 79 (68)
Thursday: Mostly sunny, cooler. High 75 (55)
Friday: Sunny. High 76 (52)