Expect more sunshine for Sunday with slightly warmer air. Highs Sunday should reach into the lower 70s. Clouds increase Monday, rain arrives late and into Tuesday.
Update: Temperature are struggling to warm much despite the bright sunshine. Expect a gradually warm through the 60s to near 70 throughout the afternoon. After sunset, plan for another quick drop in temps. Some places will wake up Sunday to lower 40s inland and away from the lake.
High pressure moving in from Canada will bring a return of Fall-like air to Northeast Ohio. Expect plenty of bright sunshine and comfortable temps through the weekend. Today, temperatures will struggle to warm much with a light northwest wind, expect afternoon highs to stay in the upper 60s to near 70º.
The cooler weather will continue into our Saturday night as a mainly clear sky and light winds allow our temps to sink back into the 40s. Despite the chilly start, Sunday will be warmer thanks to a slight wind shift and bright sunshine but middle 70s is all we can hope for. Upper 70s return Monday before our next cold front rushes in. Rain is likely throughout your Tuesday and early Wednesday as another shot of cool air pushes in. We will drop back into the 40s for overnight lows with afternoon highs in the 60s through midweek.
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