Remarkable record shattering warmth today gives way to a temperature free fall tomorrow. The warm weeks goes out with a bang with sunshine aiding in readings that soar into the upper 70's this afternoon. Daily record high temperatures will be shattered today and all time record high temperatures for February and Winter (December, January, and February) will be challenged. A strong cold front advances through Ohio tonight with a line of showers and thunderstorms. The storms should weaken as they arrive between 4 am and 6 am, but some thunder can't be ruled out along with high wind gusts that can cause power interruptions and outages. It remains windy throughout much of Saturday as temperatures tumble behind the front. Early day temperatures fall from the 50's to 40's and then into the 30's by afternoon. Flurries may be spotted later Saturday afternoon and evening. Sunday will be chilly, but calmer and dry. Temperatures moderate next week with shower chances returning Tuesday and Wednesday. Colder air returns later next week.
Today: Mostly sunny, breezy, and very warm, high 77. South winds 10-15 gusts to 25 mph.
Tonight: Partly cloudy this evening, rain and thunder after midnight, especially after 3 am, windy, low 53. South winds 10-15 with gusts to 25 mph, higher gusts in thunderstorms.
Saturday: Rain showers, windy, turning sharply colder, early day high near 50, temperatures falling into the 30's during the afternoon with a chance for flurries later in the day and evening. West winds 15-25 mph with gusts to 40 mph.
Sunday: Partly sunny, low 25, high 41.
Monday: Mostly cloudy, low 32, high 50.
Tuesday: Cloudy, showers, low 40, high 58.
Wednesday: Cloudy, breezy, showers, low 48, high 58.
Thursday: Cloudy, flurries, sprinkles, low 32, high 42.
Today's Record Temperatures