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Overnight: increasing cloudiness, temperature nearly steady in the mid 60s. Wednesday: rain showers, colder, temperature cooling into the 40s, wind northwest 11-17 m.p.h. Wednesday night: chance for rain showers, low in the lower 30s. Thursday: chance for rain showers, high near 40, wind northeast 12-18 m.p.h.
Clockwise flow around a surface high pressure system centered over the western Atlantic Ocean will keep transporting warm moist air over Ohio during the overnight hours. A second high pressure system centered over Nebraska will move eastward on Wednesday and it will push a cold front across the state during the morning. The front will produce rain showers when it lifts the moist air. Northwesterly winds will bring colder air to Ohio after the cold front passes. The front will slow when it nears the Appalachians. A low pressure system over northeast Texas will move along the front. The low will bring a continued chance for rain showers when it passes southeast of Ohio. ***Record Maximum Temperatures*** The high temperature at the John Glenn Columbus airport on Tuesday was 77 which set a new record for the date of February 20. The old record was 68 degrees which was set in 1891 and 2016. The high in Cincinnati was 79 which set a record for the warmest temperature during the month of February. The old record was 78 which was set on Feb. 24, 2017. The high at the Cleveland Hopkins airport was 73, which broke the record for Feb. 20. The old record was 69 which occurred in 1930.
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