Buckle up everyone...our northern Ohio weather pattern is about to take us on a ride.
A seasonably cool overnight is expected with increasing clouds and lows in the mid 30s. Waves of rainfall will quickly move into our area from west to east beginning Monday morning as a warm front surges north through our area. We'll see dry hours in between, but rain looks to continue through at least Monday evening. Temps will slowly rise ALL day Monday...starting in the 40s...then 50s...and then we should reach 60 but not until late in the evening.
We're well situated in the warmth Monday night with temps remaining steady near 60 all night. Talk about spring-like! As we begin our Tuesday with a near 60 degree temp--that will serve as a springboard for our Tuesday afternoon high which will likely reach into the 70s. The waves of rainfall look to set up just to our west for the day--so much of the day should be dry. The record high is 69 degrees set back in 1930 and I think we'll reach into the low 70s--especially if we squeeze out any amount of sunshine.
A cold front will move through Ohio during the day Wednesday bringing another wave of rainfall and perhaps some thunder. Temps will start in the 60s Wednesday before crashing throughout the day. We'll end up in the 30s Wednesday night returning us to reality quite quickly. Another surge of warmth is possible late week into next weekend with more rainfall expected.
TONIGHT | Increasing clouds and seasonably cold. | Mid 30s
MONDAY | Waves of rainfall. Slow temp rise ALL day. | 40s to 50s to 60 by late evening
TUESDAY | Variable clouds with passing showers. Unseasonably warm! | Near 70
WEDNESDAY | Rain with thunderstorms possible. Turning sharply colder. | 60 early, falling quickly
THURSDAY | Partly cloudy and seasonably cool. | Low 40s
FRIDAY | Becoming cloudy with shower chances. Mild. | Upper 40s
SATURDAY | Showers likely and mild. | Mid 50s
SUNDAY | Leftover shower chance otherwise partly cloudy. | Upper 40s