First Alert Forecast: Showers Sunday afternoon go into Monday

By | October 18, 2020

The threat of scattered rain will last into Monday.

TOLEDO, Ohio — Cool and breezy weather conditions will continue for the rest of the weekend. With mostly cloudy skies, tonight will remain frost-free with temperatures in the mid-40s. 

A cold front Sunday will create a breezy setting with late day scattered showers.

Sunday will feature cloudy, breezy, cool conditions with highs in the upper-50s. Wind gusts up to 25 mph out of the southwest will make for a chilly day. 

Our next rain chance will arrive Sunday afternoon along with a cold front from the northwest. Rain showers will roll in between noon and 4 p.m., so pack the umbrella. 

Dry weather will briefly return Sunday evening before more rain moves in overnight. 

Next week will start off cool with showers. Several weather systems will bring scattered showers to the forecast. 

Through Monday morning, heavy downpours could impact the viewing area, mainly south of the turnpike. Rainfall totals over half an inch are possible by Monday. 

An active weather pattern will continue through midweek with several rain chances. Temperatures will gradually warm up, reaching the 60s by Wednesday and close to 70° by Thursday! 

Temperatures will remain in the upper-50s until Thursday when milder weather will arrive. High temperatures will soar to near 70° on Thursday and Friday! Enjoy the warmth, because a cooler fall feel will return next weekend.

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Chilly weather will return next weekend as a stronger cold front moves in.

Don’t forget to look outside in the coming days – we’re nearing peak fall colors in the area!

October Highlights

This will get you in the mood for the spooky season! The first of two October full moons is on Thursday with a Harvest Moon. The second full moon is a “Blue” moon on Halloween! 

Some people have noticed leaves falling early this season. This likely due to the hot and dry growing season, which triggered the abscission layer of the leaves to form early and caused them to fall down before fully changing colors. 

Ideal conditions for a colorful fall are a wetter summer growing season followed by a sunny, dry, cool fall.

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