The ups and downs of fall continue with a roller coaster ride of temperatures over the next 7 days. Rain chances will remain relatively low through the early parts of your work week. The dry pattern will come to an end on Tuesday night with rain and possibly storms set to arrive to the area late Thursday.
For today expect to see some limited sunshine between plenty of clouds sliding in from the northwest. Clouds will thicken as we head into the afternoon hours and a weak mid-level low slides through. The weather for the day will remain unsettled, but the peak time for a couple of sprinkles and even some light snow looks to be shortly after Noon. Whatever we see through the day won’t be much.
We finally see sunshine on Friday. A ridge of high pressure will slide by the area clearing us out on both Friday and Saturday. Friday, even with sunshine, will remain cool with highs in the upper 40s to just topping 50 in Lawrence and Randolph counties. Southerly winds will warm us up to near 60 for Saturday.
A weak cool front will bring Sunday temperatures back down into the low 50s and 40s range. Monday highs will rebound to near 60 degrees with rain chances returning to area for Tuesday and Wednesday. A fall severe weather complex looks to develop on Wednesday and several states across the Ohio Valley could see strong storms to close out the month. We will keep you posted. Enjoy your day.