Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest No significant changes to our weather outlook this morning for the state. We are allowing for a few more instances of scattered showers, and we are taking out any concern about a tropical influence next week, but otherwise, our talking points are very similar to yesterday.Another dry, sunny day today expected statewide. Temps will be similar to yesterday, but perhaps a couple degrees warmer. Humidity levels should stay lower today. Sun is back for tomorrow too. We cant rule out a few scattered showers in far northeast Ohio, but otherwise the state turns out at least partly sunny, and in west/southwest parts of the state, we should be mostly sunny. Showers arrive overnight tomorrow night and bring rain totals of .1”-.6” for Thursday with coverage at 90% of Ohio.Friday turns out partly to mostly sunny and we stay sunny into the weekend, through at east Saturday. On Sunday, most of the state continues to be see at least a mix of clouds and sun, but we are seeing a few scattered showers trying to nose in over central parts of Ohio, mostly south of US 30, but but not drifting too far south of I-70. These showers are not expected to spread much, and will hang around through most of the day in the same general areas. They will also have only minimal moisture…no more than a few hundredths to .2″, but still, it is keeping us from waving the “all clear” flag for the finish to the weekend.Monday increase statewide, and that will lead to some scattered showers for Monday evening and overnight, with rain totals up to .25” but only 40% coverage. The best chances will be in northern and northeastern parts of the state. Then we turn sunny and dry again for Tuesday and Wednesday and Thursday to finish our 10 day forecast window. The map at right is an updated look at 10 day rain totals through next Thursday.Showers and thunderstorms will be around for Friday the 19th as a frontal boundary sags across Ohio from north to south. Combined rain totals from that event will be from .25” to .75” with coverage at 90%. However, that is really our only well-organized batch of rain for the entire 11-16 day period. We are sunny and dry for Saturday the 20th through Wednesday the 24th.Temps over the next 10 days remain near normal with a skew toward slightly above normal this weekend and next week. As we mentioned yesterday, as humidity builds, we have to leave the door open to temps feeling much warmer than normal, but we think overall, this is pretty close to what one would expect for mid-July. We still see no reason that this should not be anything but beneficial to most of the crops across the state but will not be surprised to hear some thoughts about “needing a rain” in areas that miss out on action in the coming 10 days.