Showers Continue Into Monday Across Central Ohio

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Your Doppler 10 Forecast

This Evening: Scattered showers. A rumble of thunder possible early.

Tonight: On and off showers. Low: 54

Tomorrow: A chance for showers early, then clearing skies. Warmer. High: 70

Tuesday: Mostly sunny and warm. High: 78

Special Information:

    A low pressure system will track across Ohio this evening keeping the chance for showers and perhaps a rumble of thunder in the forecast. Temperatures will hold in the low to mid 50s overnight. Some patchy fog is also possible overnight. A few showers will remain possible for the first half of the day Monday with skies brightening up during the afternoon. Temperatures will rebound back to around 70 degrees by Monday afternoon.

   Sunshine will return to central Ohio Tuesday through Thursday with high temperatures soaring into the middle to upper 70s. In fact, temperatures may push 80 degrees by Wednesday.  A slow moving storm system across the Central Plains next week will slowly push toward the Ohio Valley bringing our next chance for rain. The models continue to struggle somewhat with the timing of this storm system but it appears showers will arrive Friday and may linger into next weekend.

Alerts :  NONE                                                                                                                                        

Inconvenient Weather:  On and off showers will linger into tonight with a slight chance for a thunderstorm. A few showers will also be possible for the first half of Monday before skies brighten up in the afternoon. Some patchy fog may also form late tonight.

Planning your Day:  Scattered showers will be possible Monday morning before tapering off during the afternoon. Skies should begin to clear by late in the day. Temperatures will be warmer Monday afternoon with highs nearing 70 degrees.

Stats:  Averages: 68/47  Record High: 85 (1914)  Record Low: 28 (1967)

           Sunset: 8:23 p.m. | Monday sunrise/set: 6:34 a.m. / 8:24 p.m.