TOLEDO, Ohio — Saturday Evening Forecast
- Steady showers tonight
- Damp Sunday morning
- On and off Sunday showers
- Workweek starts chilly
- Sun returns Midweek
- Early October warmup
After a brief glimpse of sunshine this afternoon, cloud cover will thicken up this evening.
Rain showers will return after midnight as a cold front approaches from the west. A few heavier downpours and rumbles of thunder are possible, mainly from 2 to 6 a.m.
Showers will lighten up by Sunday morning, but it'll still feel cool and damp for Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure with temperatures in the upper-50s.
On and off showers will linger into the afternoon, mainly along the lakeshore. A strong west wind will pick up, and gusts up to 25 mph will make for a chilly Sunday afternoon.
Keep the umbrella handy all day and check the free WTOL 11 weather app for radar! Scattered sprinkles will continue Sunday night into Monday morning.
When you wake up Monday, it'll feel cool and damp for the morning commute with temperatures in the low-50s.
The gusty west wind will pick up Monday afternoon, and high temperatures will only make it to the low-60s behind the cold front.
You'll see a few peeks of sunshine, but most of the day will be overcast, cool, and breezy. A couple sprinkles are possible along the lakeshore.
Tuesday will feel chilly, but less breezy. Mostly cloudy skies are expected with only a slight chance for a brief shower.
If you're looking forward to some sunshine, Wednesday will bring brighter skies!
The chilly feel will continue as temperatures remain in the 60s.
Thursday and Friday look bright and beautiful with highs in the upper-60s.
Looking ahead to next weekend, there is a chance that Hurricane Ian will impact our weather here at home, bringing returning rain chances.
The start of October is looking a bit milder than average!
Stay tuned to WTOL 11 for the latest 10-day forecast.
Lightning and storm safety
In Washington, D.C., a lightning strike killed three people and critically injured a fourth person in early August.
It's a grim, tragic reminder to stay safe before, during and even after storms.
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