Ohio Ag Weather and Forecast September 8, 2023

Lingering cloud cover in parts of the state today as we transition away from the system that brought the chance in our weather pattern this week. The pesky clouds may trigger an isolated shower in a few areas today, but generally speaking the majority of Ohio will stay dry. Clouds break up more and more as we move through the afternoon, and we should clear completely overnight tonight. This will lead to a partly to mostly sunny, dry and pleasant weekend. That pattern holds through a large part of Monday as well.

Our next front arrives late Monday night and works through the state Tuesday. Rains are likely over 60% of Ohio, with totals from a few hundredths to half an inch. An upper level low stalls out for Wednesday and Thursday over the eastern Great Lakes, and that has the potential to keep clouds and scattered showers rotating through parts of Ohio both days. Coverage will be a out 40% each day, focusing more on the northern half of the state than the south. However, we are not going to get too cute this morning and will not rule them out anywhere at this time. We will revise the forecast for Wednesday and Thursday on Monday morning if needed. The map below shows moisture potential combined for the 3 day period.

We move back to a sunny and dry pattern to finish the week Friday and for all of next weekend, the 16th and 17th. A weather system is gathering strength in the central plains late next week and may force some showers towards us at the beginning of the week after next.

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