Showers will be possible this evening and during the night but the activity will become more scattered with time. Low 60s are in the forecast for low temperatures.
Showers will be scattered across the area again on Thursday but it’s hard to tell exactly where they will set up. Just be sure to keep your umbrella close by because some of you will invariably need it. High temperatures should top out in the low to mid 70s and the wind will be from the east between 10 and 15 mph.
Friday morning should be relatively dry but rain chances will increase during the afternoon and evening as a cold front approaches. Highs may only be in the mid 60s. Showers will continue Friday night but I’m hoping that the bulk of the activity will slip east into Alabama by mid morning Saturday. If this occurs then we may be able to salvage most of the Market Street Festival in Columbus. Keep your fingers crossed!
Cool air will settle into the region during the weekend and this may give rise to showers or t-showers both Saturday PM and Sunday. I’m going to keep the chance of rain during this time at 30%.