9:25 pm Update: A very weak cold front is currently over Northern Ohio. Clouds are extensive near the front. As the front slowly fades southeast, there is still the threat for an isolated rain shower in one or two spots. The rain would be light and brief and should not adversely affect your outdoor activities tonight. Low temperatures tonight will fall back into the middle 50s. Skies will remain mostly cloudy all night.
Next cold front approaches the area late Friday into early Saturday. Friday will see lots of clouds, with some sunshine poking thru at times. Rain chances for Friday are slim. Best chance for rain will be Friday night after the HS Football games! Fridays highs will climb back up to near 70 degrees.
Saturday looks to be the wettest day of the weekend as an area of low pressure pulls lots of rain up and into Northern Ohio. Most of the rain will fall during the morning and early afternoon, with scattered showers lingering into the afternoon. High temperatures should reach up into the middle and upper 60s.
Behind the cold front on Sunday, cooler temperatures move in. Highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s will be common. Lake Effect rain showers will also be common during the day mainly east of Cleveland. Dress warmly for the Browns game!
12:30 p.m. Update: Temps have warmed into the middle 60s this afternoon and will continue their climb to near 70. Breezy southwest winds are helping us warm up despite the increasing clouds. We can't rule out an isolated shower but expect a mainly dry Thursday. The cooler air arrives this weekend!
A weak cold front moving across Indiana will approach western Ohio today. I can't rule out isolated showers along the front, especially west of Cleveland over the Lake Erie islands. Otherwise, look for increasing clouds and breezy conditions. Highs will hover near 70 degrees.
Mostly to partly cloudy skies are in the forecast overnight with lows in the lower 50s.
Isolated showers are possible Friday, but most of the day will be dry and partly sunny. A stronger cold front will arrive late Friday through early Saturday with a chance of rain. Luckily, Friday night football games look mainly dry!
A few showers follow Saturday afternoon behind the front. Highs will fall to the low 60s. Unsettled weather continues Sunday, as disturbances rotate across the Great Lakes. Expect a chance of lake effect rain showers Sunday through early Monday.
Highs next week will hover in the low 60s Monday, then jump to near 70 degrees Tuesday and Wednesday.
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