A cold front will pass through the state late Tuesday night, but it will have very little moisture to work with and therefore we are keeping showers out of the forecast.
Saturday will start with rain and strong wind gusts as colder air moves in.
Heading into this afternoon wind gusts will pick up behind the approaching cold front. With northwesterly winds, and the low sparking up clouds even as it pushes further away from OH on Sunday, the lake-effect machine will return. High profile vehicles and trailers will encounter difficulties on north-south roads. Watch out for any loose lawn furniture as well! Expect some early sunshine, then clouds increase through the day with temperatures slowly climbing into the upper 50s and lower 60s late. Expect 50s by the afternoon. Before we even get to the line of storms, wind will already be a factor. On Monday temperatures will remain below 40 degrees over the region, and stay around or just under freezing in the mountains. It's a cloudy but dry start to the day. Winds calm to 5 to 10 miles per hour from the north. Winds will continue to be gusty into the first half of the day on Sunday. As a result, temperatures may actually rise later tonight, and a brisk southwest wind will increase as well and help to deliver the temporary surge of warmer air. Lows tonight will likely not drop below 60 with official lows for Saturday not happening until right before midnight Sunday.
Sunday: Morning showers, then developing clearing. Overnight, lows return to a milder mid-40s to low 50s.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies and cold temperatures continue, with a low of 24 degrees. West wind 10 to 15 miles per hour. Lows drop to the low to mid-40s.
Turning out mostly cloudy; breezy with some rain around this afternoon, mainly later.
Thanksgiving Day is looking quiet too, although a bit on the chilly side.