The National Weather Service has issued a heat advisory for the following central Ohio counties on Thursday:
Expect a warm evening with temperatures in the upper 90s, Doppler 10 chief meteorologist Chris Bradley said.
Thursday’s overnight low temperature will drop to a warm 74 degrees.
Friday will be sunny and hot again, with a high temperature reaching 96 degrees.
A few scattered showers or thunderstorms could pop up on Saturday, which will be mostly sunny with a high reaching 95 degrees.
The heat wave will continue until next week, Bradley said.
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