A few clouds will linger tonight, with patchy fog forming. Temperatures will range from the low to mid 50s in the northeast to around 60 in the southwest.
Conditions will be similar Tuesday, with highs ranging from the mid 70s in the northeast to the low 80s in the south.
By Wednesday, things will be changing as a cold front approaches from the west.
This front is expected to move across much of the state and become stationary over southern Ohio before starting to move back to the north as a warm front, bringing the threat of showers through much of the latter part of the week.
Moisture trapped under the high pressure system had kept some clouds across the state overnight. Lows ranged from around 50 in the northeast to around 60 in the southwest. Patchy fog had formed near bodies of water and in other fog-prone areas.
The record high temperature for this date at the Columbus weather
station was 97 degrees in 1939. The record low temperature was 40
degrees in 1923. Sunset will be at 7:40 p.m. Sunrise Tuesday will be at