CLEVELAND - 9:00 pm Update: Cold front is into Western Pennsylvania now. Showers and storms have gone with it. Drier air working in from the west is helping clear out our skies rather nicely now. High pressure builds in for Wednesday and should linger into the weekend.
TONIGHT: Clear to partly cloudy skies. Evening temperatures in the 70s. Lows tonight dropping back into the lower and middle 50s.
WEDNESDAY: Cooler and less humid. Bright sunshine likely with high temperatures in the upper 60s and lower 70s.
THURSDAY: Still dry and warmer. Sunny skies. Highs near 80.
FRIDAY: Another beautiful day! Bright sunshine with a few clouds mixing in. Highs in the lower 80s.
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Temps are reaching into the low 80s, but cooler air is moving in with lower dew points. We'll bottom out in the 50s tonight.
We're seeing mainly sunny skies across the area - with clouds building SE of the lakeshore. Some showers and possible this afternoon downwind of the lake. Highs will run in the upper 70s to near 80.
It's a muggy start to the day, but cooler, drier air will arrive this afternoon behind a cold front.
The front will trigger isolated showers and thunderstorms southeast of Cleveland through noon. Showers may linger until 3 p.m. in Tuscarawas and Mahoning counties. Otherwise, look for sunny skies and high temperatures in the low 80s.
Overnight, it will be partly cloudy and cooler, with lows in the low-to-mid 50s. I can't rule out an isolated shower.
High pressure will bring sunshine and cool temperatures Wednesday. A northerly breeze will keep temperatures near 70 degrees along the lake, with low 70s likely south.
By the end of the week, temperatures climb back to 80 degrees under sunny skies.
Father's Day weekend looks warm and pleasant, with highs in the mid-80s.
Unfortunately, I don't see a good chance of rain in Northeast Ohio for the next week and a half.
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