YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN)-
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Skies are clear. A few high level clouds may move in from a decaying weather system in Michigan and Wisconsin. The rain there is falling apart. Expect patchy fog to develop towards morning. The fog will get thick in a few spots. The main threat for fog looks to be in western Mahoning and Trumbull counties. Our night time low is set to be around 58 degrees.
Tuesday will be mainly sunny with just a few afternoon clouds around. Expect high temperatures to warm to about 83 degrees.
WHAT WE’RE LOOKING INTO
The warm air will stick around for much of the week. High temperatures will stay above average into the middle 80s. Skies will be mainly sunny to partly sunny.
The next rain chances will hold off until next weekend with a front moving across the area. Expect just a small chance of a shower or storm on Saturday.
Tonight: Mostly clear. Patchy fog developing late.
Tuesday: Early morning fog then mainly sunny skies..
Tuesday night: Clear skies.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny.
High: 84 Low: 60
Thursday: Partly cloudy.
High: 85 Low: 63
Friday: Partly sunny.
High: 85 Low: 62
Saturday: Partly sunny. Isolated shower or thunderstorm. (20%)
High: 77 Low: 55
Sunday: Mostly sunny.
High: 73 Low: 52
Monday: Mostly cloudy. Scattered rain possible. (40%)
High: 68 Low: 52