TOLEDO - Another unseasonably cool, unsettled day is on tap before we begin a gradual warm-up Thursday and into the upcoming weekend. We'll be starting out the month of August in the lower 80's, but there is still no real heat in sight.
The isolated morning showers fade and give way to some sunshine with partly cloudy skies through mid-day as temps climb to near 70 degrees by lunch time. This afternoon it's the same old song and dance with skies becoming mostly cloudy and scattered showers and isolated storms developing as high temps top out in the mid 70's by late afternoon (normal high: 84).
Showers diminish this evening and skies grow partly cloudy overnight with lows in the upper 50's by dawn Thursday morning. Tomorrow looks like the nicest day of the week if you'd like to take advantage of it. A subtle, gradual warm-up gets underway as we'll see plenty of sunshine! Under partly cloudy skies we finally get back into the mid 70's by late afternoon.
The upper-level pool of cool air wobbles back into the Great Lakes region Friday and hangs around Saturday before finally heading east for good. While highs Friday and Saturday will be near 80 degrees and we'll likely see plenty of morning sunshine chances are pretty good that we'll see scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms developing both afternoons.
Sunday remains the "pick of the weekend" with partly cloudy skies and highs in the low and mid 80's. Expect more of the same early next week!