A weak cool front will move through Ohio

By Associated Press Published:

A weak cool front will move through Ohio which will provide a little relief

from the sultry conditions, the National Weather Service reported.

Highs on Monday mostly will be in the 80s along with lower humidity values.

A weak cold front across the northern plains will move through the area.

Behind the front, high pressure will build southeast into the region from

Canada.

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

was 102 set in 1934. The low was 50 in 1946. Sunrise Monday will be at 6:25.

Sunset will be at 851.

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