A weak cold front will settle south across Ohio early Monday, triggering isolated showers in a muggy environment. The front will push farther south early in the week, where the focus for storms will shift in a northwest-southeast band from central Indiana to northern Kentucky.
The weather will be heating up through the week, with scattered late day storms returning Tuesday. High pressure over Lower Michigan will drift east, pumping up heat and humidity through next weekend, with highs in the upper 80s and low 90s.
Tonight: Early shower, muggy. Low 68
Monday: More sunshine, warm, sticky. High 89
Tuesday: Partly sunny, pop-up storms. High 87 (68)
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, very warm. High 88 (67)
Thursday: Sunny, hot. High 90 (68)
Friday: Hot, humid. High 91 (69) Saturday: Hot, humid. High 90 (70)