One more cool night, then a stretch of summer-like warmth!


No showers expected until Thursday...

THIS EVENING: Mostly Clear. Temperatures Falling Into The Mid 50s. Winds: Becoming Light.

OVERNIGHT: A Few Clouds. Lo 42. Winds: Light.

TUESDAY: Mostly Sunny, Warmer! Hi 82.

Mostly clear skies will continue this evening as high pressure remains overhead. A weak disturbance moving through the Great Lakes will bring a few clouds overnight but we will stay dry and cool with temperatures falling into the low 40s by morning.

A remarkable temperature recovery will take place Tuesday as highs soar into the low 80s for the first time this year! It will be our warmest day since late September of last year. Even warmer weather is expected for Wednesday as our flow turns out of the southwest. A cold front will cross the Ohio Valley late Wednesday but most activity should remain north and west of the Mid-state where greater moisture and instability will reside. Locally, scattered showers and storms can be expected Thursday afternoon as the cold front approaches, but then the front returns north as a warm front Thursday night which will keep shower and storm chances going into early Friday.

Noticeably cooler air will move in for late-Friday and the weekend. Highs will be in the 60s and overnight lows Saturday and Sunday mornings could drop into the 30s for some. Highs should bounce back into the 70s early next week.

-Meteorologist Adis Juklo

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