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Overnight: clear and cold, low near 6. Wednesday: sunny, high in the upper 20s, wind variable 2-8 m.p.h. Wednesday night: increasing cloudiness and not as cold, low in the lower 20s. Thursday: scattered rain showers possibly beginning as a period of light freezing rain in the morning, breezy and warmer, high in the upper 30s, wind southwest 10-20 m.p.h.
A high pressure system moving across the Great Lakes will bring clear skies and cold temperatures during the overnight hours. As the core of the high moves across Ohio on Wednesday it will bring light winds and more sunshine, which will allow the temperature to warm to near 30 degrees in the afternoon. A low pressure system will move from the Upper Midwest toward the Great Lakes behind the high. The low could be close enough to bring an increase in clouds on Wednesday night. The low will bring scattered rain showers as it moves across the Great Lakes on Thursday. If the rain reaches our area early enough on Thursday morning, the surface temperature could be cold enough to produce a period of light freezing rain. However, counterclockwise flow around the low pressure system will produce southerly winds and the temperature should rise well into the 30s on Thursday. As a result we will see mainly rain showers during the day. The low will pull a cold front across the state and as colder air moves back over Ohio the rain showers could change to snow showers on Thursday night.
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