Scattered showers linger over Ohio into this afternoon fairly easily. Rain ends initially in western and NW parts of Ohio. However, after rain moves out, clouds will remain rather pesky through the rest of the day. We may see some sun in some areas before the day is through, but it will by no means be a full scale clearing event right away. Clearing happens more so overnight.
We turn out partly sunny for tomorrow, but humidity values remain elevated. Overnight tomorrow night clouds roll back in, particularly in the north and northwest part of the state. Showers and thunderstorms can develop off an on for Saturday, although the best moisture stays west and north of us. Still, we can expect rain totals of .25″-1.25″ over about 50% of the state when you look at the 24 hours period from midnight friday night through midnight Saturday night.
Sunday is pleasant with a good deal of sun and near normal temps. However, we do have a wet start to next week with rain and thunderstorms for Monday. Rain totals will be half to 1.5″ with coverage at 90%. The map below shows rain totals for the 24 hour period ending at sunrise Tuesday. The rest of next week looks to turn drier, with mostly sunny skies Tuesday through Friday. Temps will pull back a bit, but the expected humidity drop will be more noticeable than the the temps. There is a minor trough that slips through Thursday, but does not have any significant moisture with it, just clouds. But a better organized front arrives next friday night and Saturday with showers and storms bringing .2″-.8″ to finish out the 10 day forecast window.