Tonight will be another mild and mainly dry night, with lows in the 50s and low 60s for most! We could see a stray shower or t-storm pop up overnight as a front approaches us from the west, but most will stay rain-free.
The front will continue to slowly push toward us into the weekend, but will still across the Ohio Valley before it can make it all the way through the Appalachians. Overall, severe weather is not looking likely for us, but with the frontal boundary still in the vicinity, a few isolated showers & thunderstorms look possible tomorrow, especially during the afternoon and evening. Highs on Saturday will again be warm, in the upper 70s to low 80s. Sunday looks pretty much like a carbon-copy of Saturday; partly cloudy skies, highs in the 70s and 80s, and only the slim chance for a stray shower/t-storms.
A better chance of wider-spread rain looks to arrive into Monday as low pressure moves through the region. Behind this system, we look to cool down a bit as well. Highs will retreat into the 60s by next Tuesday, and lows will fall back down into the 40s. The beginning of next week looks unsettled as well, with the chance for scattered showers lingering through at least Wednesday. Stay tuned!