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Overnight Update: Skies will continue to gradually clear overnight as temperatures drop. Winds have also calmed, expect light northeast winds from 5-10 mph into Saturday morning. By sunrise, temps will be in the lower 60s with a few isolated areas dipping into the 50s. We will warm nicely after sunrise Saturday with afternoon highs in the lower 80s and increasing sun through the day.
7:30 p.m. Update: Sunshine finally making an appearance on this Friday evening. Temperatures are hovering in the lower 70s as the clouds continue to erode. Expect the clearing to continue overnight as we drop into the lower 60s by early Saturday morning
5:00 p.m. Update: Clouds are struggling to clear out as temps are holding in lower 70s and upper 60s. Expect a cool & cloudy evening as temps hold in the 60s much of the evening.
Afternoon Update: Showers have ended across Northeast Ohio, but clouds remain. Expect slow clearing by evening, especially west of I-71.
Temperatures will stay cool today, in the mid-to-upper 70s. We're still on track for sunshine this weekend with pleasant temperatures in the 80s.
Low pressure over southern Ohio is slowly drifting east. Expect cloudy skies this morning with a few light showers.
Under mostly cloudy skies, highs will struggle to reach 80 degrees this afternoon. It will be breezy, with winds gusting to 25 mph.
By evening, clouds will clear in western counties, but partly cloudy skies will linger east of I-71.
Dry weather and mostly clear skies are in the forecast tonight. Low temperatures will drop to the low 60s.
High pressure builds in Saturday, bringing sunshine and highs in the low 80s. Perfect weather for outdoor activities and festivals!
By Sunday, high pressure shifts east, driving a southerly wind into Northeast Ohio. Highs will jump to the upper 80s.
Monday will be warm and dry before our next cold front arrives early Tuesday. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will accompany the front, followed by cooler temperatures in the mid-80s by Wednesday.
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