Another quick-moving weather system moved through Friday afternoon, bringing showers and a few rumbles of thunder. As that system exits, skies will clear and temperatures drop overnight.
A few clouds are possible before midnight, but afterwards expect clear skies. With no clouds to trap in the heat of the day and the moisture around from recent rains, frost is likely. As a result, a Frost Advisory is in effect until 9AM Saturday. Northwest Ohio is excluded from the advisory, as slight winds and a little cloud cover could prevent a widespread frost.
Temperatures also stay cool through the weekend. Highs rise into the mid to upper 50s on Saturday and only the low to mid 50s on Sunday.
Saturday will see an abundance of sunshine in the morning before clouds move in late in the afternoon. Those clouds arrive ahead of a weather system that brings widespread rain for Sunday. While rain is likely for everyone through the day on Sunday, the heaviest of rain should be south of Fort Wayne.
The cool weather sticks around through at least early next week, but are there signs of a warmup anytime soon? I'll have the answer tonight at 5, 6, and 11PM on ABC21!