7 Day Forecast

Weather Discussion

Updated on Sunday, September 19th 2021 at 4:30 PM EDT

Monday: Partly cloudy with a high of 83°.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with showers possible. High of 78°.

Wednesday: Cloudy with steady rain expected. High of 69°. First day of Fall!

Thursday: Partly sunny with a chance of a shower and a high of 62°.

Friday: Sunny with a high of 69°.

Saturday: Mostly sunny with a chance of a shower. High of 71°.

Sunday: Mostly sunny with a high of 69°.


Today into Monday, a ridge will strengthen over the central United States allowing for a southwesterly wind flow which will cause more late summer warmth with increased temperatures and dewpoints.

Tuesday into Wednesday, ridging will give way to a trough which will deepen over the central United States. This boosts our rain chances  and keeps temperatures on the milder side. 

Wednesday, the first drastic cold front of the season will push through the region giving way to our first real fall cooldown. 

Thursday into the weekend, high pressure originating from the north will funnel in cool dry air with temperatures feeling more fall like for the first time this year. 

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Gunnar Consol
Gunnar is a recent graduate of Plymouth State University in Plymouth, New Hampshire having majored in meteorology with minors in mathematics and communications. He was on the varsity track & field team all four of his years at Plymouth competing in the long jump, triple jump, and 100m and 200m races. Growing up in Central Florida, having endured many relentless hurricane seasons and experiencing pop-up thunderstorms everyday during the summer inspired his initial interest in the weather. A lack of cold weather subsequently drove him to attend college in New Hampshire. This was to experience a whole other side of the weather: winter. He is excited to have just moved to Ohio and explore what all the state has to offer. He also hopes that Ohio is a happy middle ground between how hot Florida is and how cold New Hampshire is. In his free time, Gunnar enjoys staying active, going on photography photoshoots, and gardening.