Not a bad weekend for us over Ohio. We start things off today with a partly to mostly sunny sky. There may be a renegade shower or two holding on this morning in far northern Ohio, north of US 20, but that is it and any of those threats will quickly vanish today. We stay sunny for most of tomorrow too, with clouds starting to thicken up late evening and overnight.
Showers arrive in Ohio Sunday morning early. Far NW parts of the state may see a little bit of action before sunrise, but most of the state waits for daylight. Showers continue through Sunday and linger through a large part of Monday too. Moisture totals likely will be in a .25″-1″ range, with the most likely totals at half an inch or less. Rain coverage is expected to be 75%.
Tuesday should be partly to mostly sunny, but clouds develop again late in the day into the night time hours. Rain arrives after midnight Tuesday night, bringing a few hundredths to half an inch to 60% of the state. That moisture is gone by shortly after sunrise Wednesday…its a fast moving and fast degrading little wave.
We go drier to finish the 10 day period, with skies turning out partly sunny next Wednesday. Then we are partly to mostly sunny for Thursday through next Sunday (8th).
For the extended period, we stay dry for Monday the 9th, then clouds increase Tuesday. Showers develop by midday Tuesday and run through Wednesday morning (11th) bringing a few hundredths to half an inch max. Coverage will be 60% at best. The rest of the extended 11-16 day period is partly to mostly sunny, but cool. Temps will be below normal at mid month.