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Weak low pressure impulses will remain fairly stationary

By The Associated Press Published: July 22, 1997 12:00 AM

Weak low pressure impulses will remain fairly stationary over southern Ohio

both tonight and into

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Wednesday. Ohioans can expect the chance for a scattered shower or thunderstorm

to remain in the forecast through Wednesday. The main focus for the activity

however will fall across the south.

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Low temperatures for tonight will bottom out in the lower 60s across the

north to around 70 degrees in the south. Afternoon highs on Wednesday will

warm into the mid 70s in the north to the mid 80s in the south.

The record high temperature for this date at the Columbus weather station

was 104 in 1901. The low was 50 in 1966. Sunset today will be at 8:55. Sunrise

Wednesday will be at 6:22.


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