From Your Weather Authority...
A large upper trough has established itself over the Great Lakes and is allowing cool air to filter into the region. A small ridge riding along this trough will enter our area this evening. That combined with a pocket of drier air should give us a break from the showers for much of tonight and early tomorrow. Another upper wave will approach late tomorrow causing showers to redevelop. Unseasonably cool/damp pattern will continue for much of this week.
Meteorologist Tom Atkins 7:45 PM Monday
LAKE ERIE WATER TEMP: 74 Degrees
Precipitation: Monday: 0.10" / Month: 3.11"/ Monthly Normal: 3.18"/ Year: 24.25"/ Yearly Normal: 22.00"
Sunrise: TUESDAY: 6:11 AM/ Sunset: TUESDAY: 8:43 PM/ DAYLIGHT: 14 Hours 32 min
Mostly cloudy and cool. Chance of a few showers, mainly during the evening
LOW: 58 Erie..44-53 Inland/Mountains
WINDS: NW 15 Subsiding to around 5
Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers, especially as we get into the evening hours. Continued cool
WINDS: NW 10-20...W-NW
Periods of light showers. Continued unseasonably cool
LOW: Near 60 Erie...47-53 Inland/Mountains
WINDS: SW 5-15