A couple of tweaks to the forecast this morning, but nothing major. We continue to see cooler than normal temps over the long haul, and some moisture is on the way too.
Today will feature plenty of sun, with temps getting closer to normal. Clouds start to come into NW Ohio tonight. We have to keep an eye out for scattered showers in NE Ohio tomorrow morning, but they will be very spotty. The rest of the state misses out. On the whole, your Friday turns out partly to mostly sunny statewide (even after the renegade shower or two in the NE)
Saturday will start with sun but clouds increase. Rain develops overnight Saturday night (mostly after midnight), first in NW areas, and then spreads south and east through the balance of Sunday and Monday. Rain totals will be from .25″-1.1″ with coverage at 80% of the state.
We go dry on Tuesday, but have to deal with minor scattered showers to start off the day Wednesday…a few hundredths to a tent max, before sunshine returns.
Thursday will be partly to mostly sunny, and then scattered showers reappear for Friday with totals up to .25″ and coverage at 60%.
Saturday finishes the 10 day period dry, and we keep the dry pattern through Tuesday the 10th. Showers roll in for Wednesday the 11th and Thursday the 12th, but are not that impressive, totaling .1″-.4″ with 75% coverage. We swing drier and cooler than for the rest of the extended window for the Friday the 13th.