A high pressure system parked on the Eastern Seaboard will pump warm southerly
air into Ohio on Saturday and through the weekend, gradually raising temperatures.Temperatures will climb to near 90 degrees on Saturday and into the 90s
on Sunday, the National Weather Service said. Tonight, readings will dip
into the 50s again under clear skies. Some fog is possible by morning.
The combination of moist Gulf air and high temperatures could produce scattered
showers on Sunday, forecasters said.
The record-high temperature for this date at the Columbus weather station
was 104 degrees in 1936 while the record low was 50 in 1945. Sunset tonight
will be at 9:02 p.m. and sunrise Saturday at 6:13 a.m.