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Overnight: clear and cold, low in the mid teens. Sunday: sunny in the morning, increasing cloudiness in the afternoon, chance for an isolated late day shower, high in the upper 40s, wind southwest 10-20 m.p.h. Sunday night: chance for scattered showers, slight chance of an isolated thunderstorm, low in the mid 30s. Monday: decreasing cloudiness, breezy, high in the lower 50s, wind west 10-20 m.p.h.
A cold high pressure system centered over Lake Michigan will slide across Ohio during the overnight hours and bring one more morning with temperatures in the teens. The center of the high will move southeast of Ohio on Sunday, which will allow the wind to blow from the south. The pressure difference between the high and a low pressure system moving across Ontario will generate increasingly strong southerly winds during the day. Even with those southerly winds the temperature will still be below normal. The low crossing Ontario will pull a cold front toward Ohio. The front will increase the cloudiness on Sunday afternoon and give us a chance of showers later in the day. The air will be relatively dry and so the showers could be isolated. The front will cross Ohio on Sunday night and it could increase the shower activity and possibly generate a chance for an isolated thunderstorm. The air behind the cold front originated over the Pacific Ocean. So, it is not as cold as the air we have been getting from Canada and the temperature will only be slightly below normal at the start of next week.
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