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      57
      Showers
      Friday-
      Thunderstorms
      71
      54
      90%
      71
      54
      Thunderstorms
      Rain90%
      Wind6mph NE
      Humidity62%
      UVModerate
      Saturday-
      Light Rain
      70
      55
      40%
      70
      55
      Light Rain
      Rain40%
      Wind5mph ESE
      Humidity58%
      UVHigh
      Sunday-
      Sctd. Showers
      71
      55
      40%
      71
      55
      Sctd. Showers
      Rain40%
      Wind6mph ENE
      Humidity62%
      UVHigh
      Monday-
      Mostly Sunny
      72
      55
      10%
      72
      55
      Mostly Sunny
      Rain10%
      Wind8mph E
      Humidity62%
      UVModerate
      Tuesday-
      Mostly Sunny
      75
      56
      0%
      75
      56
      Mostly Sunny
      Rain0%
      Wind6mph ESE
      Humidity65%
      UVModerate
      Wednesday-
      Mostly Sunny
      76
      56
      10%
      76
      56
      Mostly Sunny
      Rain10%
      Wind9mph ESE
      Humidity67%
      UVModerate
      Thursday-
      Mostly Sunny
      75
      57
      10%
      75
      57
      Mostly Sunny
      Rain10%
      Wind7mph E
      Humidity72%
      UVModerate
      RIGHT NOW
      Rain20%
      Wind2mph SSE
      Humidity98%
      UVLow
      Visibility5 miles
      57
      20%
      56
      20%
      55
      20%
      55
      20%
      55
      20%
      54
      30%
      54
      30%
      57
      30%
      60
      30%
      62
      40%
      66
      60%
      69
      60%

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      OMG! Uncle! Mother Nature is giving us a drenching! Friday's downpours dropped nearly an inch by 3pm with plenty more on the way.

      FRIDAY NIGHT: sctd. showers and storms, some patchy fog developing, low 54.
      SATURDAY: rain and showers, chance for thunder, high 70.
      SUNDAY: mostly cloudy, sctd. showers, high 71.
      MONDAY: clearing and mild, high 72.

      The visiting low-pressure center we've gotten to know so well over the past few days is still camped out in our living room. And making a mess. It will continue to generate showers and storms tonight and Saturday. Plan on a wet afternoon as the Buckeyes take on the Scarlet Knights at the 'Shoe.

      There's some disagreement about how soon the low lifts northward and gives us a break from the rain. The GFS pulls the center up to Lake Erie by 12Z Sunday and, while the NAM has a similar position, they vary wildly about the size of the rain shield. The GFS keeps the bulk of the rain on the northeast side of the low (almost like a tropical system) and dries us out in the afternoon. The NAM keeps us wet all the way through the day. The ECMWF pushes the low northward on a slightly faster track but the rain shield aligns a bit more with the NAM prog. The RPM is also suggesting showers for Sunday afternoon. We'll leave at least a 40% POP for the day.

      High pressure builds back into the region on Monday to give us some beautiful sunshine and several gorgeous, fall days. A strong, southerly flow on Wednesday will help boost our temperatures a bit, too.

      HURRICANE MATTHEW: The GFS is progging Matthew to be raging off the east coast of Florida by Wednesday morning. The Euro offers a much slower solution, keeping the storm farther east and not getting to Bermuda until Wednesday evening.

      Marshall McPeek, Meteorologist

      SUNRISE
      07:28:09 am
      SUNSET
      07:15:20 pm

      Today's Record Temperatures

      Record High89
      F
      Record Low30
      F