It will be partly sunny and cool today, with rain starting late tonight, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington. Highs will be around 44 degrees.
Overnight, there will be a chance of rain starting after midnight, with showers likely by 4 a.m. Lows will be around 38 degrees.
Showers will continue Wednesday morning. There’s a slight chance for patches of freezing rain in west central Ohio during the morning commute, according to NWS.
Rain should start to decrease after daybreak, but will likely continue into the early afternoon. Most will get a break in showers for the afternoon, but a few drizzles are possible.
A second round of rain will start Wednesday evening and continue into Thursday morning.
Highs will be around 47 degrees Wednesday, and temperatures will fall only a few degrees overnight to around 44 degrees.
Rain chances will trail off Thursday and clouds will decrease, for partly cloudy skies in the evening. Clouds will increase again overnight ahead of a slight chance of rain before the sun rises on Friday.
Highs will be around 53 degrees during the day, falling to around 33 degrees overnight.
Friday will be chillier and cloudy, with highs in the mid- to upper 30s during the day and lows around 30 degrees overnight.
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