CLEVELAND - 4:00 pm Update: Hot and muggy again today. Temperatures topped out in the lower 90s most spots. Evening temps will hang in the 80s with hazy sunshine.
A cold front will spread scattered showers and thunderstorms into the area tonight. The best chance for rain will be between the hours of 8pm and 1 am. Greater Cleveland will likely stay dry until closer to 10pm. Akron will get its rain by 11 pm. Lows tonight will drop back into the upper 60s.
Cooler, less humid air arrives Friday. Highs will be warm, near 80 degrees. But you will definitely notice lower humidity! Morning clouds will quickly give way to sunshine during the afternoon. The threat for rain on Friday is less than 10-percent.
12:30 p.m. Update: Grab some iced tea or something cold to drink if you plan on being outside today. Temperatures are already heating into the upper 80s. Expect low 90s again today before the storms roll through this evening.
Today is the last day for 90 degree heat.
Temperatures will quickly warm to the upper 80s by noon and low 90s later today. An approaching cold front will trigger a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms tonight. The best chance of rain will come around sunset in Northwest Ohio and after midnight for the rest of us.
The sky will gradually clear behind the front early Friday. Expect temperatures to be 10 degrees cooler, in the low 80s. Humidity will also be noticeably lower and more comfortable.
Saturday looks fantastic with sunny skies and temperatures near 80.
High temperatures warm a few degrees Sunday ahead of our next cold front. A few showers and thunderstorms are possible late Sunday.
Much cooler, drier air dips overhead early next week. Highs will struggle to reach 70 degrees Tuesday and Wednesday. We'll be watching this pattern closely!
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