Some clouds will return by late evening as a very weak cold front moves through, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Jamie Simpson
"While its main result will be to reinforce the cooler air, and actually drop the humidity a bit more, it does bring with it the slight chances of an overnight shower," Simpson said.
A few sprinkles are moving into the northwest part of the region, but they should continue to weaken and die out by midnight. Most will stay dry and clouds will break and start to clear by morning.
This evening will be comfortable in the 70s, then temperatures drop into the 60s by 11 p.m. Overnight lows will fall to the mid-50s.
THURSDAY: It will be much like today, with mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid-70s. Skies will stay mainly clear Thursday night, which will allow for a cooler overnight with temperatures near 50 with some into the upper 40s.
FRIDAY: After that cool start, it will be another very nice day with sunny skies again. Highs will be in the upper 70s.
SATURDAY: Appreciable cloudiness returns in the afternoon after another sun to start the day. It will be warmer, with highs in the low 80s and humidity will start to creep back into the area as well.
"A warm front passing through will bring some showers and thunderstorms to the region," Simpson said. "We believe showers will stay north of our area, but it might be a close call with Mercer, Auglaize and Logan counties."
SUNDAY: It will be more humid, with possible scattered showers. After a start in the mid-60s, temperatures should top out over 80 degrees.
MONDAY: There is a chance for more showers an storms with otherwise partly sunny skies. A drop in humidity comes late day, and we're back into more comfortable weather midweek.
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