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Mild weather is expected this weekend, although clouds may hang on for another day behind the front now moving away from our area.
Our weather for this Veterans Day weekend looks to be pleasant and fall-like, with one possible exception as we go through the weekend.
Thursday’s rainy weather won’t stick around for long, and things are looking bright for the weekend.
A sluggish cold front will eventually make it through Columbus, bringing a return to more fall-like weather.
This weekend will bring a return to Standard Time, but our weather won’t be changing much at all.
Seasonably cool temperatures and sunshine should be with us the rest of the week as we settle into a typical fall weather regime.
We’ll keep our streak of fair weather going into the weekend, but changes are on the way for next week.
We continue to be dominated by unseasonably warm, humid air for the time being, but changes may be just beyond the weather horizon.
More record temperatures will be threatened as endless summer hangs on in the eastern U.S. for several more days.
After a run of unseasonable heat, a refreshing change is coming this weekend in temperatures and humidity as we welcome a new month.
90-degree temperatures will remain in the forecast a while longer, until a cold front can reach us in time for the weekend.
The recent pleasantly cool temperatures are about to give way to a warming trend that will bring us back to near or above normal mid-Septemb…
We’ll heat up for a few more days as we wait on a cold front expected to reach the area this weekend.
We’re in for more wet weather as the low pressure system in the Gulf of Mexico works its way north toward the coast.
Moderate temperatures, sunshine, and some possibility of rain will make up this Father’s Day weekend.