CLEVELAND - In the middle of August we're usually still swimming and sunning ourselves but the cool temperatures have put some of that on hold.
Overnight Thursday, the late-night bar crowd in the Warehouse District didn't have the summer feel.
“The patio’s usually packed,” one patron told us.
On Wednesday, sweatshirts and long sleeves were popular at Wade Oval Wednesday.
And people at the lake were in pants, skipping rocks rather than jumping in.
"They stink,” said Mark Pollack, about the temperatures. “No humidity is nice but August is supposed to be humid and in T-shirts and shorts and swimming in the lake."
"Oh my god it's beautiful,” one Cleveland woman told us Thursday morning.
"Right now I'm in a sweatshirt and hoodie and I actually don't mind," another Cleveland resident told us.
And even if you do mind, Clevelanders are still out sailing and still rock-n-rolling whether it’s hot or cold, because we know if we wait a few minutes, Mother Nature will change her mind again.
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