CLEVELAND - 10:00 pm Update: Mostly cloudy and muggy this evening. Temperatures will hover in the upper 50s through midnight. Temperatures will drop only a few degrees into the middle 50s for lows tonight. Rain chances will increase after midnight.
A strong cold front will cross Northern Ohio during the afternoon on Tuesday. Highs during the morning will reach into the lower 60s again. Scattered rain showers are likely during the day. It will also be breezy. Once the front goes by, temperatures will drop through the 50s during the mid to late afternoon.
Isolated rain and snow showers are possible Tuesday night east of Cleveland, as colder air rushes in from the west. We are not expecting any accumulations, in fact most of the area will not see any snowflakes Tuesday night or Wednesday.. Lows will drop back into the middle and upper 20s.
Wednesday looks chilly. Highs will hang in the upper 30s during the day. There is still the threat for an isolated rain or snow shower during the morning hours.
The morning fog has lifted across most spots, and we're now seeing mainly cloudy skies with temps moving into the upper 50s and low 60s. We may see a sprinkle through the day, but nothing more than that.
Cold front moves through Tuesday afternoon with showers and even a storm. Falling temps will follow.
MORNING UPDATE: Incredible amounts of moisture and light south winds are working together and giving us a dangerous morning commute. Thick fog has developed and visibilities will drop to less than 1 mile area-wide this morning. When heading out the door, add extra time for your morning commute and take it easy on the roads.
The fog should break apart later this morning and give way to a cloudy afternoon. Temperatures are starting mild and will continue to stay mild through the day. We are looking for highs in the lower 60s today. An isolated shower is possible this evening but plan for a mainly dry but dreary evening.
Our best chance for rain comes Tuesday afternoon with the cold front. Everyone will get rain with some areas getting up to a half of an inch. The bigger story with this storm system is the cold air surging in behind. Temperatures Tuesday will be in the upper 50s, Wednesday will struggle to get out of the 30s!
Temperatures will hold in the 40s the rest of the work-week. Typical temperatures this time of year are in the lower 40s. Enjoy the mild air while it's here.
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