Despite temperatures rebounding Sunday afternoon, another shot of cooler air will arrive overnight into early Monday. Other than a few showers in the snow belt counties of northeast Ohio and a shift in winds, little fanfare is expected as the front moves by. It will be about 5 to 8 degrees cooler Monday afternoon in comparison. Temperatures will quickly rebound on Tuesday ahead of the next cold front. It will remain dry through Tuesday afternoon, but showers are expected to move in along the cold front Tuesday night and linger into early Wednesday. Showers will likely linger through the day Wednesday across northeast Ohio. Gusty winds over 30mph will also be likely as to cooler air pushes into the state Wednesday. If the winds can calm enough, some patchy frost will be possible Thursday and Friday mornings before temperatures rebound for the up-coming weekend.

Tonight – A few clouds will move across northern Ohio. Otherwise expect mainly clear conditions with temperatures dropping into the lower 40s. Some upper 30s will be possible along with some patchy frost in rural areas.

Monday – Most of the state will see lots of sunshine but noticeably cooler temperatures. Highs will hold in the upper 50s across northern Ohio with lower 60s south. A few passing showers will be possible off of Lake Erie across extreme northeast Ohio. 

Tuesday – The day will start dry and milder with lots of sunshine. Highs will reach into the upper 60s north to lower 70s south before clouds and showers push into the state late in the evening. Rain will be likely Tuesday night along with gusty winds.

Wednesday – Showers will be around early in the day across Ohio but linger throughout the day across northeast Ohio. It will be quite blustery with wind gusts over 30mph at times. Temperatures will hold in the 50s for highs.

Thursday – A chilly start to the day is expected with some patchy frost in rural areas. Highs will hold in the middle to upper 50s in most areas.

Friday – Expect mostly sunny skies with a few clouds in western Ohio. Temperatures will rebound back into the lower 60s.

- Chief Meteorologist Eric Elwell