TOLEDO - Wi th help from the kind folks at the National Weather Service in Cleveland, we can say with certainty that this July was likely one of the coolest on record.
W hile the numbers won't be official until we wrap up Thursday - our average temperature for the month is going to be about 4.6 degrees below normal.
C limatically that is a huge number! It looks like we'll tie the July of 1955 for the 4th coolest in recorded history at Toledo and that goes back to 1871!
W e wrap up the month of July high on comfort once again. With plenty of sunshine, more than we've seen these past few days and only a slight chance for a stray shower we'll see highs this afternoon about 5 degrees below normal, in the upper 70's.
O vernight skies will be partly cloudy with lows in the upper 50's.
W e kick off the month of August with a return to the 80's. Skies will become mostly cloudy Friday afternoon with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing. Highs top out in the lower 80's. Expect a repeat performance on Saturday - scattered showers and thunderstorms with highs in the low and mid 80's.
S unday will be the "pick of the weekend" with plenty of sunshine and highs near 80 degrees with a hint of humidity.
M ake your pool plans as we finally have a weekend with more seasonable highs! We 'll be starting out the next work week with plenty of sunshine Monday and Tuesday with highs in the low and mid 80's.
I t's looking like August will drag summer back into play!