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Cloudy to partly sunny Tuesday; isolated showers, more widespread north and east of Columbus. Cooler with a high 72. Becoming mostly clear overnight with patchy fog late, particularly in areas that receive rain on Tuesday. Low 54. Mostly sunny and very warm both Wednesday and Thursday. High 74 on Wednesday, 84 on Thursday.
A weak cold front will advance south through the Ohio Valley on Tuesday. With little available moisture, only a few scattered showers are anticipated with the best chance for rain north and east of Columbus. High pressure will build into the region on Tuesday night allowing skies to clear. As the high slides east, temperatures will rebound on Wednesday, and especially Thursday as return flow draws warm air from the south. A strong cold front is expected to sweep through on Friday resulting in a significant cool-down for the weekend along with a better chance for much-needed rain.
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