The National Weather Service says that the approaching stacked upper low will keep rain chances in the forecast throughout the day with some locally heavy rainfall possible.
A northward moving front will help additional rounds of showers and thunderstorms across the area today with the possibility for locally heavy rainfall.
A frontal boundary will continue to sink slowly south through the day providing a focus for showers and thunderstorms, especially from late morning into this afternoon at locations along and south of US-30.
Look for mainly clear skies tonight followed by mostly sunny skies on Thursday.
Abundant cloud cover for most areas will keep high temperatures in the mid-70s today.
A front will remain just south of the area helping to keep a chance for storms into Tuesday.
The active weather pattern will continue today with scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms.
A stalled frontal boundary and an approaching upper level disturbance will lead to scattered thunderstorms today into tonight.
Slightly below normal temperatures can be expected today along with low humidity levels.
Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms are possible today as a cold front sags south.