A low pressure system over the Great Lakes will move northeastward into Ontario today. A cold front trailing this system will cross Ohio this afternoon. Rain showers associated with this system will overspread the entire area this morning and continue through the afternoon. Some locations could even hear a rumble of thunder.
It will become breezy this afternoon with gusts in excess of 30 mph possible.
Highs today will reach the mid to upper 50s.
The cold front will move east of the area this evening and colder air will spread southeastward across the region. Drier air will also spread across the area, and this will cause the showers to taper off.
It will be windy overnight with gusts in excess of 35 mph possible.
Low temperatures tonight will fall to the low to mid 30s.
It will be mostly cloudy on Tuesday as some moisture wraps back across the area behind the exiting storm system. A few rain or snow showers will be possible, especially during the afternoon.
Highs on Tuesday will climb to the upper 30s.
A secondary cold front will move southeastward across the area Tuesday night with a cold northwesterly flow setting up on Wednesday. Some lake effect snow showers will develop Tuesday night, and persist through the day on Wednesday. Some accumulation will be possible, especially across the snow belt areas.
High temperatures on Wednesday will reach the mid 30s.