YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN)-
WHAT WE’RE TRACKING
Temperatures will drop into the mid 50s tonight after a warming start to the evening. Patchy fog will once again develop towards morning reducing visibility below a half mile in some locations. Wednesday brings plenty of sunshine with temperatures jumping up through the 60s, 70s and into the middle 80s. It will be a little humid, but not too bad. It will still feel warm enough without a bunch of added moisture.
WHAT WE’RE LOOKING INTO
Temperatures should be in the lower 70s in late September, but we will continue with middle if not upper 80s the next couple days. Sunny skies are in store Wednesday before more clouds roll in Thursday.
The next rain chances will hold off until next weekend with a front moving across the area. There will just be a small shower or thunderstorm chance on Saturday. Most of us should stay dry. A little better chance of scattered showers arrive Monday and Tuesday.
Wednesday: AM fog. Sunny skies.
Tonight: Clear skies.
Thursday: Autumn begins. Mostly sunny.
Friday: Partly sunny.
High: 85 Low: 62
Saturday: Partly sunny. Isolated shower or thunderstorm. (20%)
High: 75 Low: 49
Sunday: Mostly sunny.
High: 68 Low: 49
Monday: Mostly cloudy. Scattered showers or t-storms. (40%)
High: 72 Low: 52
Tuesday: Partly sunny. Few rain showers. (30%)
High: 67 Low: 53