We'll see cloudy skies overnight with lows near 50. A cold front just our north will stay there and eventually move north as a warm front, allowing warmer air to surge in for Monday. I think some spots could flirt with 65 Monday afternoon, if we get enough sun.
Strong cold front arrives Tuesday afternoon with rain and falling temps. We're in the 30s Wednesday.
Showers are now mainly moving east of us, with drier air moving in from the west. Expect mainly cloudy skies for the rest of Sunday with temps in the 50s.
Showers will move in overnight from west to east and linger early into Sunday. By the afternoon, we should begin to dry things out under mainly cloudy skies. It'll be windy with gusts approaching 30 mph during the day. Highs will run in the upper 50s.
Evening Update: Grab the jackets and maybe even the umbrella depending on how late you plan on staying out. Increasing clouds will lead to showers overnight tonight starting near Sandusky after midnight and pushing east to Cleveland closer to 3am. By sunrise we'll be tracking light showers across all of northern Ohio. Expect periods of rain throughout the day with the steady rain ending by noon.
Temperatures will still warm to near 60º despite the clouds and rain showers. the further south you are, the closer to 60º you'll be, areas along the lake will hold in the upper 50s. Everyone gets in on the 60s Monday before our next cold front brings widespread heavy rain Tuesday and much colder air Wednesday.
Afternoon Update: Temperatures will continue to into the 50s under a sun and clouds mix. If you have afternoon or evening plans take the jacket but leave the heavy coats in the closet. Clouds will increase overnight leading to rain for our Sunday. The rain should move in closer to sunrise Sunday morning.
Temperatures today will jump well into the 50s as sunshine makes another appearance in our sky. Most areas in Northern Ohio will top out this afternoon near 57º with a light south breeze. Enjoy the dry-time today tough because it won't last.
increasing clouds overnight will lead to scattered rain showers throughout much of our Sunday. Don't expect a washout of a day but make plans to avoid the off and on rain throughout the day. Temperatures will remain warm with highs closer to 60º but we won't see nearly as much sunshine. The sunshine returns briefly Monday with highs near 60º again but our next cold front will be bearing down on Ohio.
Tuesday will likely be a washout as the cold front rushes in, expect colder air to follow also. The rain will end Wednesday and temps will finish off the work-week in the 30s and 40s.
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