Today’s rain and storms are winding down, but we aren’t out of the woods just yet. The same system that sent the rounds of rain and thunderstorms our way today will continue pushing through the Great Lakes. The cold front will stretch out along the Ohio River by Monday morning. Widespread rain with embedded thundershowers will re-develop. We’ll keep the rain around through most of the day. Any convection that pops up will be nothing more than garden variety storms. The ingredients for stronger storms will be lacking tomorrow. The cold front will slide through the area late-day, sending the springtime showers and storms packing.
Our dose of spring fever continues mid-week. Sunshine will return by Tuesday afternoon. High pressure will keep the forecast dry and warm through Thursday. Speaking of Thursday, it will likely be the warmest day of the spring with highs approaching 80 DEGREES! Unfortunately this early spring warmth has an expiration date. A big system will move over the middle of the country and eventually pull a blast of chilly air south by next weekend.