CLEVELAND - 8:00 pm Update: Just a few high clouds floating east across the area now. Sunshine is the rule through the evening hours. Temperatures should hover in the 60s through 11pm. Enjoy a perfect evening across Northern Ohio.
TONIGHT: More quiet weather on the way. Temperatures will not be as cool as last night. I expect lows to drop into the 55 to 60 degree range. Skies will remain mostly clear.
FRIDAY: High pressure will sit just to our east in Pennsylvania. Warmer air will begin working in during the day. The humidity will also begin to rise as dewpoints jump into the mid 50s. High temperatures will climb into the low to mid 80s for the day. Sunshine should be the rule all day.
SATURDAY: More hazy sunshine and warm temperatures on the way. Highs in the middle 80s with mainly sunny skies.
SUNDAY: Very warm & humid. This is the best shot this weekend at seeing 90 degrees. We'll get close here
11:00 a.m. Update: Temps are warming quickly under bright sunshine. We will hit the 70s by noon with highs closer to 80º this afternoon. Humidity still on the low side with east winds taking over. South winds return Friday bringing an increase in the humidity and warmth.
High clouds are passing over Northeast Ohio this morning. Expect a return to full sunshine after the morning rush.
With full June sunshine, high temperatures will reach the mid-to-upper 70s this afternoon. Areas near the lake will be a few degrees cooler due to a northeasterly breeze.
Overnight, look for clear skies as high pressure continues to dominate our weather. Lows will be warmer, near 60 degrees.
High pressure moves over New England Friday, giving Northeast Ohio warm flow from the south. Highs will jump to the mid-80s.
Father's Day weekend will be dry and warm. Summer-like high temperatures in the upper 80s are likely Saturday and Sunday. Some spots could hit 90 on Father's Day!
By Monday, an approaching cold front will trigger a few showers and thunderstorms. We'll be watching this closely!
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