Your Doppler 10 Forecast
Showers and thunderstorms likely overnight…some could be severe. Low 67
Scattered showers and storms, mainly in the morning and early afternoon. Much cooler. High 75
Partly sunny and unseasonably cool. High 77
We only picked up .08” of rain at Port Columbus with this morning’s storms. That leaves us with a rainfall deficit of about 5 inches dating back to June 1st. Moderate drought conditions remain in place across central Ohio. Fortunately, we have a good chance for rain this evening and tonight. Unfortunately, the rain chances come with the potential for severe weather. The Storm Prediction Center has all of Ohio under a slight risk for severe storms through tomorrow morning. While the biggest concerns are for damaging wind and large hail, an isolated tornado is a possibility.
It’s likely we’ll see another round of storms late tonight and lasting into Friday morning. The rain will likely be out of the picture by Friday afternoon. We’ll be left with much cooler air as we head into the weekend. Highs Friday and Saturday will likely be in the mid 70s. The weekend looks dry with slightly warmer temperatures on Sunday near 80.
Alerts: Slight risk for severe storms through Friday morning.
Inconvenient Weather: Look for scattered showers and storms this afternoon and evening.. We’ll see more storms overnight into Friday morning.
Planning Your Day: Take an umbrella if you’re headed out this evening. Scattered storms will be possible all the way through tomorrow morning.
Stats: Averages: 84/65 Record High: 98 (1930) Record Low: 51 (1989, 1972, 1922)
Sunset this evening: 8:35 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow: 6:39 a.m.