It will be the flawless definition of "chamber of commerce" weather. There was some patchy frost too. Skies should remain clear. These locations could see slick roads especially in higher elevations.Temperatures are chilly, but a little warmer than we were yesterday morning. Winds will be out of the south and southwest near 10 miles per hour.
Rain chances return for several days next week. But don't let the skies deceive you into thinking spring has truly arrived; temperatures will stay on the cool side through Sunday. Lows should generally be in the low 30s but there might be some isolated upper 20s, certainly in sheltered valley locations. As of now, I am tracking temperatures to hold strong in the 50s/60s for the forecast. It should be absolutely fantastic to be out and about Sunday afternoon.
Wednesday's weather will be wet, with rain starting in the morning, and the rain will become heavier in the afternoon. Highs in the upper 50s and low 60s.
Things start to change Tuesday.
These clouds are going to give us the chance of a few rain showers tonight but they will be light and pretty hit and miss.
The gorgeous, sunny skies will last all weekend in Northeast Ohio.
A drying and warming trend begins today for the northern Rockies as high pressure builds in.
Thursday... Mostly cloudy with a high near 61.
Sunday... A mix of clouds and sun with a highs in the upper 50s to low 60s. Morning temperatures again in the lower to mid-40s with clouds increasing during the morning hours.
Thursday's forecast is calling for a few showers, but also some sunshine.