10:00 pm Update: Clouds will mix in across the area again tonight. But no rain this time. Lows tonight will fall back into the middle and upper 40s. Chilly!
Saturday should bring us a fair amount of sunshine with scattered clouds mixing in. Clouds will begin to increase by late afternoon ahead of a developing low pressure system over Michigan. We will stay dry thru the daylight hours Saturday. High temperatures will climb into the middle 60s again.
As low pressure begins to intensify over lower Michigan Saturday night, a few showers will swirl in from the northwest. Most of the activity should hold off until after midnight. Lows Saturday night will fall back to near 50 degrees.
The low pressure will slide south across Northern Ohio on Sunday. Scattered showers are likely during the day under a cloudy sky. You will need the rain gear if you are spending an extended amount of time outside. Highs will struggle up to near 60 degrees during the day. Stay dry!
12:31 p.m. Update: Temperatures are holding steady in the lower and middle 60s with clouds and a few peeks of sunshine. Expect more sunshine as we get closer to your Friday Night Football Games. After sunset, break out the jackets. Temps will drop into the 50s before the games wrap up.
The sun is back in Northeast Ohio! Sun will mix with high clouds today as high pressure builds across the Midwest. Highs will reach the low-to-mid 60s.
Expect dry weather for Friday night football games and HalloWeekends at Cedar Point. Temperatures will hover in the upper 50s for both events.
Mostly clear skies are in the forecast overnight with lows falling to the mid-40s.
Clouds will increase Saturday as an upper level low drops through the eastern Great Lakes. However, I don't expect rain for the Akron Marathon or any other Saturday event. Highs will hit 65 degrees.
The low will trigger scattered showers Sunday with cooler temperatures near 60 degrees.
Partly cloudy skies and warmer temperatures return early next week.
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