Low pressure over Michigan’s Upper Peninsula will drift slowly east into southeastern Canada, with strong winds diminishing overnight that wrapped around the deep low, gusting to between 40 and 50 mph across the northern half of Ohio.
The wind evaporated some of the standing water after another soaker of a storm, with multiple rounds of thunderstorms, dumped 1 to 3 inches of rain north of the I-70 corridor, and less than an inch south.
We enjoyed our second day of 70-degree warmth Sunday, but get ready for a big cool-down in a northwesterly flow, which will also keep the next growing southern storm and swath of rain south of Ohio Tuesday, although skies will be rather cloudy. A weak front could add a sprinkle to the air Wednesday.
Temperatures will average about 10-12 degrees below average the first half the week, then return to seasonable levels Thursday, and warm back up to 60 on Friday ahead of a frontal system, and next rain-maker.
- Tonight: Patchy clouds, breezy, cooler. Low 42
- Monday: Clouds fill in, breezy, cool. High 47
- Tuesday: Mostly cloudy, chilly. High 46 (35)
- Wednesday: Clouds linger, brief shower. High 49 (37)
- Thursday: Partly sunny. 54 (35)
- Friday: Clouds increase, ran late. High 62 (38)
- Saturday: Early showers, mild. High 57 (43)