A large upper level area of low pressure will continue to slowly move through the Great Lakes over the next few days. This will keep the Ohio Valley in a cool weather pattern with daily chances for scattered showers.
We started off with sunshine today and are transitioning to a mix of clouds and sun. With cold temperatures aloft, morning sunshine causes weak instability in the atmosphere leading to afternoon clouds and pop up showers. Expect highs in the lower 60s today with a few showers here and there through the early evening hours. Temperatures will fall through the 50s during your Thursday evening.
Friday will bring more similar weather to today expect for a slightly better chance for showers as the upper level system moves more overhead. High temperatures will be in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees.
The low pressure system will slowly swing away on Saturday but not before leaving a chance for some showers through the morning and early afternoon hours. It looks like we will dry out and warm into the upper 60s for the remainder of your Saturday afternoon.
A weak boundary will hang up around the Ohio Valley on Sunday which could pop up a few isolated showers. Significant rain is not expected nor are thunderstorms which is good news for Ohio State graduation! Temperatures will be in the lower 60s on Sunday and upper 60s on Monday.
Looking ahead to next week, another late spring pattern will set up with lots of sunshine and highs soaring back into the 80s!