High pressure will build across Ohio today bringing us a sunny day. After a chilly start, temperatures will rebound to the low to mid 70s for afternoon highs.
Tonight will be mostly clear with lows in the 40s.
On Saturday, the high will move to our east and a southerly return flow will develop across the region. This will allow temperatures to warm and humidity levels to gradually increase. Under partly sunny skies, high temperatures will climb to around 80 degrees.
A cold front will move into the Great Lakes Saturday night. As it moves closer to the area, instability will increase and scattered showers and thunderstorms will develop. Low temperatures Saturday night will be in the 60s.
A few showers and thunderstorms will continue to be scattered across the area through Sunday morning as the front makes its way eastward across northeastern Ohio. By Sunday afternoon, another area of high pressure will begin to build across the region. High temperatures on Sunday will be in the low 70s.
Sunny and pleasant weather is expected on Monday as high pressure moves over the area. Then, much warmer and more humid air will overspread the area for Tuesday and Wednesday of next week. With the increase in heat and humidity will come an increased threat of storms both days. It will feel more like July with high temperatures climbing well into the 80s, and possibly near 90 degrees in a few spots both days.