Low pressure will move through the Great Lakes today, dragging a cold front eastward across Ohio this afternoon. Rain showers have already overspread the western half of the area, and these will continue spreading eastward this morning.
The showers will continue through the afternoon across the entire area. There could even be a thunderstorm in a few spots.
It will become breezy today as well with southwesterly winds gusting in excess of 30 mph at times.
High temperatures this afternoon will reach the mid to upper 50s.
Temperatures will fall quickly tonight as the cold front moves to our east. Showers will persist through the evening, then gradually taper off as drier air works eastward across the region.
It will remain windy with gusts in excess of 35 mph possible.
Lows tonight will dip into the low to mid 30s.
Tuesday will be mostly cloudy as some moisture wraps around the departing storm system across our area. A few rain or snow showers will be possible during the afternoon as the atmosphere becomes somewhat unstable.
Highs on Tuesday will reach the upper 30s.
A secondary cold front will cross the area Tuesday night ushering in colder air. Conditions downwind of the lake will become favorable for lake effect snow to develop Tuesday night, with lake snows expected to continue through Wednesday, especially across the snow belt. Some accumulation will be possible.
Highs on Wednesday will be in the mid 30s.