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Showers may linger across Ohio with considerable cloudiness

Published: August 4, 1997 12:00 AM

Showers may linger across Ohio with considerable cloudiness persisting throughout the day. It will be cooler Monday with highs ranging from the middle 70s over the north to the lower 80s far south.

High pressure will gradually build southward through the western Great Lakes.

It will be partly to mostly cloudy Monday night as cool, unstable air moves over the area. Overnight lows will range from the middle 50s over the north to around 60 far south.

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Tuesday will be a rather cool day with a mixture of clouds and sun. Some showers are possible over the northeast third of the state due to the unseasonably cool air moving across the relative warm water of Lake Erie. High temperatures will range from near 70 over parts of the north to the upper 70s south.

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

was 100 set in 1955. The low 45 in 1965. Sunrise Monday will be at 6:33.

Sunset will be at 8:43.

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