TOLEDO, Ohio — Weather at a glance:
- Afternoon rain chances today
- Dry, cool weather Wednesday
- Sunshine returns to end the work week
More autumn showers are likely for your Tuesday as a slow moving unsettled weather maker finally begins to exit our area. Mostly cloudy skies with afternoon rain showers will be possible.
Highs will be quite chilly today in the upper 50s.
Slightly brighter skies return Wednesday. Dryer weather is expected with highs back into the lower 60s. A few areas of patchy fog will be possible both Wednesday morning and Thursday morning.
Brighter skies and sunshine will return on Thursday and Friday. Highs will be in the middle 60s.
The weekend ahead will have partly to mostly sunny skies. A high pressure moves in for the weekend, which means lots more sunshine and a slowly rising high temperature outlook into next week.
Highs will climb back into the low 70s for both Saturday and Sunday.
We will have a close eye on the remnants of Hurricane Ian into Sunday, although it is unlikely any rain showers will impact our area.
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Overall, temperatures are expected to remain milder than average for the first week of October.
Many people think it's the prettiest time of the year.
The fall colors will turn more vibrant as we head into October.
Lightning and storm safety
In Washington, D.C., a lightning strike killed three people and critically injured a fourth person in early August.
It's a grim, tragic reminder to stay safe before, during and even after storms.
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