A boundary dividing warm air over the Ohio Valley region compared to the cool air over the Upper Great Lakes continues to promote showers. Showers will continue to move from southwest to northeast over our area overnight. Then clearing skies currently found over the Upper Plains will drift in Thursday afternoon.
The chance of rain will be nearly zero Thursday and Friday. Skies will become brighter late-day Thursday and a bright day from start to finish is in store Friday. The next storm system coming from the Rocky Mountains area will move into the Great Lakes Saturday, increasing the chance of showers locally.
Thursday: Cloudy start, then clearing. Predawn temperatures will be in the upper 40s. Temperatures will rise to the lower/middle 50s in the late-morning. Afternoon highs will reach about 62 degrees. Early-evening temperatures will be in the middle 50s.
Friday: Mostly sunny. Early-morning temperatures will start in the lower 40s. Late-morning temperatures will be in the middle 50s. Afternoon highs will warm up to 68 degrees. Early-evening temperatures will be near 60 degrees.
Saturday: Cloudy skies into the afternoon, then showers will arrive late-day. Predawn temperatures will be in the upper 40s. Late-morning temperatures will climb to the upper 50s. Afternoon highs will be close to 69 degrees. Early-evening temperatures will be in the lower 60s.
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