The combination of heat and humidity has made for an unusually hot and steamy July (8th warmest), with 17 days of 90-degree heat through July 25. The humidity is a little lower with high pressure building down from the Great Lakes, bringing a light northerly flow. Highs topped out in the upper 80s, touching 90 in the city.

A cold front in the western High Plains will swing east early next week, bringing scattered storms later on Monday. The front may stall near the Ohio River Tuesday, keeping a lingering chance of showers in southeaster Ohio, but eventually drier and a little cooler air will filter in by midweek.

Forecast

Tonight: Becoming mostly clear. Low 68 Sunday: Mostly sunny, heating up. High 90
Monday: Partly sunny, scattered storms p.m., steamy. High 91 (73)
Tuesday: Showers south, becoming partly sunny. High 86 (70)
Wednesday: Sunny, less humid. High 86 (65)
Thursday: Partly sunny, shower. High 85 (66)
Friday: Mostly sunny. High 85 (67) Saturday: Partly sunny. High 84 (66)

Have a good weekend! -Ben