One last relatively nice day ahead as rain stays south, across central and southern Ohio, and we see seasonable high temps getting into the mid 50's. Skies will be mostly cloudy and any winds will be light and out of the northwest.
Rain moves in overnight in the form of scattered showers. We'll see overnight lows falling into the mid 30's. Pockets of heavy rain are likely for the morning drive Thursday with scattered showers sticking around throughout. A day to keep your umbrella handy - for sure! Layer up too as we'll see winds out of the east and southeast and that air will be coming to us off of a still frozen Lake Erie. Highs will be in the low and mid 40's. With the brisk winds our wind chills will be in the 30's most of the day.
Scattered thunderstorms are in the forecast Thursday night and early Friday before the spigot finally turns off Friday afternoon. Right now, it looks highs could approach 60 degrees during the mid-day hours. As we dry out for the 1st Pitch of the Mud Hens opener, temps will be falling back inito the mid 50's.
Saturday will offer some sunshine - but chilly highs in the lower 40's. Sunday is the pick of the weekend with partly cloudy skies and highs in the lower and mid 50's.