TODAY: An upper level low will drop into north central and northeast Ohio. The best moisture stays northeast, so I think we’re still dry Sunday with highs around 68 and lows around 48.
MONDAY: Models have good lift overspreading the area on Monday with a surface low moving across the Ohio Valley. They also show a mid/upper level trough moving east out of the central US. I continue to leave a rain chance in the forecast. I do think highs will be around 67 tomorrow.
TUESDAY: Models cannot really agree on what’s going to happen on Tuesday as far as precipitation. The general idea is that the surface low scoots northeast and out of here. I’m going to go ahead and throw a rain chance in, but it goes down as the day passes. Highs will otherwise be in the low 70’s
WEDNESDAY: We get a break Wednesday. 75 for the high and partly cloudy. Not too shabby. Lows will be in the middle 50’s.
THURSDAY/FRIDAY:This is where the next front comes into play. Neither of the long range models are agreeing on timing and placement of any rain, but I will maintain the rain chance. Otherwise, I think we’re looking at highs going from the middle 70’s Thursday to the upper 60’s on Friday. Lows Thursday night will be around 49.
SATURDAY: I’m going with a dry, but cooler forecast into Saturday, with highs in the upper 60’s.
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NEXT UPDATE: As I recover from what I’d call a successful Spina Bifida Association of Cincinnati Walk and Roll yesterday, the next update will come at you at 6 AM Monday. Until then, take care!