Saturday: Partly cloudy skies, a rogue shower possible to the north. Winds: NW 10-15 mph, High: 74 (72-77)
Saturday night: Mostly clear skies. Winds: Light W, Low: 50 (47-53)
Sunday: Mostly sunny skies. High: 77, Low: 58
For the remainder of the weekend, and into early next week for that matter, high pressure will keep the quiet and seasonable weather going. Saturday winds will still be a bit breezy out of the northwest, and with the cooler and drier air some lake effect clouds and maybe a rogue shower could be seen in extreme northern parts of the viewing area. Aside from this very slim happening, expect partly cloudy skies and highs in the 70’s once again. With winds finally calming down Saturday night, we are likely to see a good bit of cooling, with lows into the upper 40’s and lower 50’s. Much of the same can be expected Sunday and Monday as well.
Changes begin to arrive late Monday, as a closed low pressure system tracks over from the Ohio Valley. We’re going to be just to the east of this system on Tuesday, ramping us up to our highest rain chances for the week with scattered showers and storms. Though this system should head quickly east, we’ll still be close enough to the center of it Wednesday for additional isolated showers and storms. Models are keying on a small piece of energy right behind this storm for Thursday. This isn’t enough to warrant rain chances, but clouds are likely to stick around one more day. Another high builds in by next Friday once again. Throughout the whole period, temperatures stay fairly seasonal in the upper 70’s for highs and upper 50’s for lows.