CLEVELAND - 11:30 pm Update: High pressure will build in across Ohio, setting the stage for another clear but chilly overnight. Lows will once again bottom out between 40 & 45 degrees. Isolated spots could even see upper 30s again.
High pressure will slide quickly east of us early Thursday. A weak cold front will drop in during the afternoon. A few clouds will accompany the front, but, with limited moisture, we should all stay dry. Highs will climb up into the lower 70s.
Another cold front drops in late Friday and Saturday. Isolated rain showers are possible Friday ahead of the front. High temperatures will climb back into the lower 70s.
Scattered rain showers are likely Saturday with highs in the middle 60s. Isolated Lake Effect showers are possible on Sunday for the Browns game. Highs near 60 degrees.
Sunshine breaking out across much of northern Ohio this afternoon with temps reaching into the the low 60s.
A patch of lake effect clouds is hanging over Cuyahoga and Lake Counties this morning, otherwise it's a sunny start to the day. Temperatures will quickly warm to the 50s by 10 a.m.
High pressure building across the Midwest will provide mostly sunny skies today. Temperatures will climb to 60 degrees by noon and 65 by 4 p.m.
If you're attending the Tuscarawas or Ashland County Fairs this evening or the Indians game, expect temperatures in the upper 50s.
Mostly clear skies are in the forecast overnight as a warm front moves across the Great Lakes. The front will increase clouds Thursday afternoon and may even spark an isolated shower by the Lake Erie islands. High temperatures will be warmer, in the low 70s.
Another weather system will cross the Great Lakes this weekend. Right now, there is a chance of rain late Friday through early Saturday. As much colder air dips overhead Sunday, lake effect rain showers are possible with highs in the 50s! We'll keep you posted on this developing forecast.
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