It is a very pleasant Thursday afternoon in the Findlay and Hancock County Area. Most spots in and around the Findlay area currently in the lower 80s.
As a result of plentiful sunshine across the area today, we have a clear scan on weather radar this afternoon as well.
QUIET WEATHER TONIGHT: Not much weather wise will be happening tonight. Skies will generally remain clear. Temperatures one more time tonight will be very comfortable. Low temperatures are forecast to drop back to the upper 50s and lower 60s.
WEATHER NEXT 24 HOURS: The start to the day on Friday will be featuring plentiful amounts of sunshine. As the afternoon hours approach, cloud cover will begin to go on the increase. The chance is there for an isolated shower or thunderstorms by later in the afternoon. High temperatures in the lower to middle 80s. Friday night will be featuring overcast skies. The chances will be on the uptick for more showers and thunderstorms to move across Findlay and Hancock County. Low temperatures tomorrow night are forecast to drop back only into the middle 60s.
CONTINUED WARMTH: Temperatures will continue their climb towards 90 degree highs this weekend. The weekend will feature warm, but dry, weather conditions. Shower and thunderstorm chances will go back on the increase for Monday and Tuesday of next week. Temperatures next week are forecast to return to seasonable averages, even with forecast high temperatures in the lower to middle 80s.
Have a good evening!
Jim Martin – Forecaster