Sunny to mostly sunny skies are in place across zone 2 this morning. Temperatures are still in the 60’s with dew points in the upper 50’s to mid 60’s, so overall it’s a pretty nice to start your day. As we progress through the day and the sunshine warms the environment, rain and storms will develop. While I can’t rule out a stray shower or storm west, better rain chances look to present themselves from the Fort Wayne area east into western/northwestern Ohio.
5 PM EDT
Isolated to widely scattered storms will be possible Wednesday-Friday. No organized severe weather is anticipated. However, some heavy downpours and gusty winds will be possible.
WED 8 PM EDT
This weekend we will be watching a cold front dive in from the west/northwest. At the same time, a disturbance from the Gulf of Mexico will move into the region. As these two features interact, it will be a classic set-up for heavy rains and flooding. This is a forecast we will have to watch carefully. Any small changes to the front or tropical energy and the forecast swath of heavy rain could alter dramatically.
WPC 7 DAY RAINFALL FORECAST