Tiffin, which had been placed under a heat advisory earlier in the week, is to have temperatures in the 80s for the rest of the week, National Weather Service predicted.
Calvin Staib, president of Seneca County Agricultural Society, said Seneca County Fair can adapt to the temperature. The fair continues through Sunday.
Shows at the fair occur regardless of temperatures. Staib said officials moved Thursday's cornhole tournament into the education building because of a wet track.
PHOTO BY PAT GAIETTO
Allyson Weinandy (left) helps her friend Macie Shaw wash her calf at the fair Thursday evening. Shaw is a member of the 4H group No Limits.
He said Thursday's temperatures were hot, but it rained and then was cooler. He estimated about a quarter-inch of rain fell around 5:15 p.m.
"Right now, it's cooled off," he said about 8:40 p.m.
Staib said attendance was down slightly Monday and was good Tuesday and Wednesday.
"The crowd is down tonight. We don't have a crowd. ... Today's a little slow," he said Thursday.
National Weather Service predicted temperatures would remain in the 80s through the weekend.
Today's forecast includes a high near 85 degrees and a chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly after 11 a.m. Saturday is to be partly sunny, with a high near 83 degrees, and Sunday is to be sunny with a high near 84 degrees, according to the weather service.