Ohio Ag Weather And Forecast April 18, 2022 – Ohio Ag Net

Disappointment this morning, because our hope for multiple back to back dry days later in the week and weekend is outside the window. We see a pattern of precipitation potential every couple of days continuing until early May, and we also keep the temps cool for a few more days.

Today will be wet as showers move throughout the state. We expect rain totals of .25 ″ – .75 ″ over 100% of Ohio. The map below shows the spread over the next 24 hours. Clouds remain over morning and we may see a few more spins or splashes through noon and early afternoon morning, but these really do not affect our net totals at this point. We should see sunlight return Wednesday as temps climb. But. That southward flow and warm surge comes just ahead of another frontal passage.

That cold front swing through early Thursday morning through the rest of the day. Rain totals look to be .1 ″ – .5 ″ with 80% coverage over Ohio. The rain totals are not over the top, but we will definitely not dry out. For Friday, we remain dry over the southern half to two-thirds of the state, but need to leave the door open for thunderstorms to develop later Friday afternoon and early evening over northern areas, mostly from the U.S. 30 North. Those showers and storms may bring an additional .25 ″ -1 ″ with 40% coverage in the mentioned areas.

Saturday should be sunny, dry and warm. Sunday goes also suite, but clouds will be increasing near and after sunset., Our next front arrives overnight Sunday night and lingers through Monday, triggering .25 ″ -1.25 ″ rain potential with coverage at nearly 100%. We turn out mostly dry next Tuesday, then clouds and limited sun for Wednesday the 27th with possible showers coming back and up to .4. Humidity. It will be hard to dry much in the next 10 day, it seems. However, the temperatures look to stay warmer throughout all starting the second half of the week.

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