Boundary related to the low pressure center along the Ohio River will push south, providing lift to create some nice thunderstorms today. Not quite enough instability to form a squall line or anything, but some storms could be quite strong. Here is a look at current surface conditions.
Reports this morning of strong wind gusts and nickel size hail from a storm that passed over Allen County. Wind and hail should be the only threat, with tornado potential very low. As we approach night fall, clouds and storms are expected to dissipate and clear out. For tomorrow, we will keep a very slight chance of showers and storms as a system, currently to our west, could possibly clip the area. The next real chance at precipitation looks to come Sunday. I will have another update before it gets here.
Temperature wise, expecting a rather similar pattern throughout the weekend. Highs will stay around the lower 80’s with nighttime lows dipping to around the upper 50’s/lower 60’s. Everyone enjoy the weekend ahead!