CLEVELAND - I'm Meteorologist Jason Nicholas continuing our weather web coverage today. For more weather updates, follow me on Twitter @ JasonNweather.
Sunday should again be a pleasant day with sun and clouds. Highs will again run in the middle 70s. We may see an isolated shower or storm through the day, especially south of the lakeshore. But the chance is only around 20 percent.
A cool, fall-like evening is ahead with mainly clear skies and temps falling into the 50s and low 60s along the lakeshore.
Update: Sunshine is dominating the beginning of our weekend. Thanks to light north winds, our temperatures are staying comfortable. Expect afternoon temps to top out in the middle 70s. Get outside and enjoy this weather before the heat returns!
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This weekend will feel more like the beginning of fall than a Mid-August weekend. Normal afternoon highs this time of year are in the lower 80s but we won't see 80s until the middle of next week. Under a mainly sunny sky today we will top out in the lower and middle 70s thanks to a light north wind. A few clouds will pass overnight tonight but other than a few spotty showers, we should stay mainly dry.
The same trend continues into Sunday. A mainly sunny sky and light north winds will keep us in the 70s. You may need a jack for the evening hours with morning lows near 50, sounds like it's time to open the windows again! Warmer air will gradually return to northeast Ohio through the early part of next week. Expect a degrees or so warm-up each day. By Wednesday we should be back to 80º, our next best chance for rain will hold off until the end of next week.
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