Warm, muggy weekend will bring pop-up storms


Flash Flood Watch Until 2 P.M. Southeast Ohio

A trough of low pressure pivoted north with an area of low pressure aloft tracking across southern Ohio, which brought a surge of moisture that fueled late-day storms with a few downpours. The rain will dwindle to showers overnight, more concentrated over western and southern parts of the state.

The low-pressure wave will track southeast of Ohio Saturday, providing some additional lift for pockets of rain and a few storms, mainly east of I-71, with drier air arriving behind the system.

A cold front will cross the state Sunday afternoon, with a final band of scattered showers and storms, followed by cooler and less humid weather much of next week. A northwesterly flow of comfortable Canadian air will represent a pleasant pattern change.


Tonight: Muggy, showers, rumble. Low 72
Saturday: Mostly cloudy, few showers, storms. High 84
Sunday: Partly sunny, storm p.m. High 84 (66)
Monday: Sunny, less humid. High 82 (62)
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, cooler. High 79 (58)
Wednesday: Sunny. High 81 (56)
Thursday: Partly cloudy. High 84 (58)

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