CLEVELAND - 10:30 pm Update: Clear skies tonight with lows dropping into the 40s across inland rural areas. The big cities and Lakeshore communities should stay in the 50s. Skies will remain clear all night.
Bright sunshine will continue tomorrow. High pressure will move slightly east of the area during the afternoon. That should allow warmer temperatures to slide in. High temperatures will climb into the middle and upper 70s during the day.
The warmest day will be Wednesday. Southerly breezes and abundant sunshine should push our high temperatures up into the lower and middle 80s. We will stay dry through the day with mainly sunny skies.
A weak cold front tries to drop in on Friday. Clouds will roll in during the afternoon. Showers should hold off until after dark. Still, a few Friday night HS football games may get wet. Friday highs will climb back into the lower 80s.
4:00 pm Update: Bright sunshine this afternoon will give way to clear skies over night. Evening temperatures will stay mild, in the 60 thru 9pm. As high pressure slides in over head, temperatures will cool down again into the 40s inland away from the lake. Lakeshore temperatures will hang in the 55-60 degree range.
Noon-time temps have risen into the middle and upper 60s with plenty of sunshine. We should push those readings a bit to near 70 with plenty of sun.
Mostly sunny skies are in store today, thanks to a large area of high pressure building across the Great Lakes. Northerly winds around the high will bring in crisp, Canadian air. Highs will barely hit 70 degrees across Northeast Ohio!
Expect the coolest night of the week tonight. Most areas will have temperatures in the mid-to-upper 40s early Tuesday.
Sunshine continues through Thursday as high pressure shifts over the East Coast. Southerly winds on the backside of the high will warm temperatures to the low 80s by the end of the week.
An approaching cold front will increase cloud cover Friday, with showers in the forecast Saturday. Temperatures will fall to the low-to-mid 70s this weekend.
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