TODAY: Expect a high of 45 today. Yes, this is a significant adjustment upward thanks primarily to snowmelt, but I’m not willing to go with the lower 50’s the guidance shows — there was still an inversion of warmer air a few thousand feet above the surface shown by upper air data. This represents a high bust potential if it persists through the day. We’ll get some updated information later this morning.
TONIGHT/FRIDAY: Tonight, models have another system moving in. This brings rain into the area after midnight. That gets out of here tomorrow midday, and I think we’ll be clearing out by the end of the day. Now…if you’re heading north, you *might* see an inch of snow on the backside tomorrow afternoon as you go into parts of West-Central Ohio. Don’t expect much — and it tapers down rapidly from there south. Lows tonight will be around 33 and highs tomorrow around 40.
SATURDAY: Expect dry, partly cloudy conditions, and I do think highs reach 41 after beginning around 27.
SUNDAY/MONDAY: This is when the next system rolls in, and it currently looks somewhat rainy starting late Sunday afternoon but more so Sunday night into Monday. I still have a high around 50 both days with lows around 35, as warm air advection commences ahead of this storm.
TUESDAY: Expect a dry day with highs around 42 and lows Tuesday night in the upper 20’s.
WEDNESDAY: A chance of rain is in the forecast for the day before Valentine’s Day, with a high around 40.
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NEXT UPDATE: Your next blog update will be tonight. Until then, have a great Thursday and take care!