Great Stretch of Weather Ahead
NOT A CLOUD TO BE FOUND : It has been a sensational Monday, weather wise, across the Findlay and Hancock County Area. There was wall to wall sunshine all day. High temperatures today have mainly been in the middle to upper 70s. Temperatures currently are falling back through the lower 70s. Skies are forecast to remain mainly clear tonight. Low temperatures are forecast to drop back into the lower 50s before Sunrise Tuesday.
GREAT WEATHER CONTINUES : The great stretch of weather is forecast to continue through the end of the work week. Each day will feature high temperatures that will increase a few degrees each time. By Thursday and Friday, high temperatures are forecast to top out in the lower to middle 80s. Low temperatures from Tuesday Night through Thursday Night are forecast to range from the lower 50s Tuesday, to the middle 50s Wednesday, and to the upper 50s by Thursday Night.
RAIN CHANCES RETURN : Low pressure is forecast to move across the lower Great Lakes Friday Night and Saturday. That will bring with it shower and thunderstorm chances. Low temperatures Friday Night are forecast to only fall back into the middle 60s. The cold front that will bring the shower and thunderstorm chances is forecast to exit the region during the day on Saturday.
As a result, the overall weather pattern in the forecast will be for drier and cooler weather Sunday and Monday. By Sunday and Monday, high temperatures are forecast to only reach into the lower and middle 70s. Saturday and Sunday low temperatures are forecast to drop back into the upper 40 and lower 50s.
LONG RANGE : Temperatures in the long range ensembles are in general agreement of the brief warmup this week, followed by the cool down late this weekend, and through next week.
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Look for the next Findlay Forecast Discussion Tuesday Night. Have a good rest of your evening!