However, daytime temperatures should warm into the 70s most places, the National Weather Service said today.
Some drought stricken areas of the state got a good soaking during Wednesday's storms. From Akron to Youngstown, more than 2 inches were measured. Many other areas reported 1 inch or more.
The record-high temperature for this date at the Columbus weather
station was 92 degrees in 1953 while the record low was 31 in 1963.
Sunset tonight will be at 7:16 p.m. and sunrise Friday at 7:27