Weak high pressure giving way to a frontal boundary that is slowly pushing into the region this afternoon and evening which helps increase cloud coverage across the two-state region. This frontal boundary will usher in more showers and storms for Wednesday afternoon and evening and lingering into early Thursday morning. This system is not a washout by any means but is likely the highest rainfall chance coming up in your First Alert Forecast.
Cold front will move through the region throughout the day Thursday bringing a quick shot of cooler air for Friday. Temperatures dip into the upper 40s and low 50s for morning lows by late week and heading into the weekend. Afternoon highs will remain pleasant with readings in the low 70s.
We are watching a few impulses that will likely initiate a few shower chances over the weekend, but these areas should be confined to areas from Columbus southward at this moment in time.