Central Ohio has been experiencing a fantastic dose of fall weather for the past couple of days. This stretch of sunshine will last through at least Saturday, but it will begin to feel a little bit less like fall.
Expect another cool morning to start off your Saturday as lows dip down into the lower and middle 50s. Temperatures will hit the 70 degree mark before noon as sunshine quickly warms up the air. Highs on Saturday will push 80 degrees by late afternoon making it a couple degrees warmer than Friday.
If you have plans to head out to watch the Buckeyes take on the Wisconsin Badgers at 8 p.m. you may not even need a jacket. Temperatures will start out in the upper 70s and finish off in the lower 70s by the end of the game. Go Bucks!
A weak cool front will slide into the region on Sunday afternoon. This front will not have much moisture to work with so the chance of rain will not be extremely high. Expect temperatures to be a little bit cooler due to an increase in clouds. Highs will reach the middle 70s with the best chance of rain being during the middle of the afternoon into the evening hours.
The front will begin to washout on Monday and become much more diffuse. A lingering shower or two will be possible, but most locations will remain dry. Highs will be in the lower to middle 70s to start out the work week.
Temperatures will be on an upward trend once again next week. Highs will hit the 80s by Wednesday and sunshine will continue. There are some signs that a big weather system could be brewing by the end of next week or next weekend. Stay tuned for updates on your full forecast.
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