TOLEDO, Ohio — High pressure will keep sunshine in the forecast for rest of the weekend and beyond.
Temperatures will gradually warm up next week as a spring feel arrives.
Despite the sunshine, you’ll want the winter coat on Sunday since high temperatures will only make it to the low-40s.
The wind will diminish, so you’ll notice calmer conditions for your outdoor activities.
Spring warmth will build on Monday as temperatures soar to the low-60s.
A southwesterly breeze will usher in a mild feel as sunny weather continues.
Tuesday will bring the warmest weather since early November as temperatures surge near 70°, challenging record highs.
Wednesday will deliver a spring setting with highs again near 70°.
The sunny and dry stretch of weather will come to an end Wednesday night as showers and perhaps a rumble of thunder move in.
The latter half of the week will bring several rain chances, which could cause localized flooding concerns.
Check the First Alert Weather App for the latest on rainfall timing.
Cooler weather conditions will arrive by next weekend as highs drop to the 50s. Enjoy the spring warmth while it lasts!
DAY-BY-DAY FIRST ALERT FORECAST
- Sunday: mostly sunny, warmer. Highs around 50.
- Monday: mostly sunny, warmer. Highs middle 60s.
- Tuesday: breezy and much warmer. Highs near 70.
- Wednesday: breezy, slight chance. Highs low 70s.
- Thursday: rain likely, thunder possible. Highs around 60.
- Friday: partly sunny. Highs upper 40s.
- Saturday: mostly sunny. Highs upper 40s.
- Sunday: partly sunny. Highs around 50.
The First Alert 10-day forecast is looking mild and dry overall, until we hit Wednesday and Thursday.
Download the First Alert Weather App for the latest 10-day forecast!
Don't forget about the time change next weekend!
Are we done with snow? Not likely. We average 7.0" of snow in spring. We expect March will start very mild with no snow, but it's seldom that we are entirely done with snowfall by March 1.
No measurable snow in spring has only happened three times in Toledo history: 2010, 1991 and 1946.
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