"Cold front" heads to NW Ohio

July 25 shows temperatures in the 80s and a comfortable dew point. / Tom Kippen

After triple-digit weather and excessive humidity, Northwest Ohio is finally getting relief from the heat. Our weather maps show a cold front moving through the lower Great Lakes. It's a two part deal, where the first cold front will move through the state Sunday evening and will touch off with some showers and thunderstorms. A few of these storms might be strong with heavy rain.

Behind this cold front, temperatures are cooling off in central and northern, lower and upper Michigan into the 70s and 80s. Second front is a rag tag front, where dew point temperatures fall back into the 50s. When dew points are in the mid to upper 60s and 70s, it starts to become uncomfortable outside. When dew points are in the 50s or lower, it feels very comfortable outside. Behind the second cold front, dew point temperatures fall back into the 50s. This air mass and humidity change is heading for the area for the early part of the upcoming work week.

What will you do to celebrate the return of 80 degree weather? Let us know in our comment section below!