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Expect clear skies tonight and lows in the 60s. Similar tomorrow. More sun, low 80s. Enjoy.
Our next significant rain chance appears to hold off until the end of the upcoming weekend and into early next week.
Update: Thermometers are checking in at 73º to 77º at noon today. Expect highs to touch 80º area-wide this afternoon. Bright sunshine and light south winds dominate the rest of the day.
Update: Patchy dense fog has cleared and we're in for full sunshine this afternoon. Temperatures will climb to 75 degrees by noon and 80 later today.
If you're going to the Crushers or Captains game this evening, expect sunshine and temperatures in the 70s. The same forecast holds for the Lorain and Portage County Fairs and Wade Oval Wednesdays!
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High pressure over Ohio is keeping the sky clear and wind calm this morning. Patchy dense fog has developed in many areas including: Wayne, Tuscarawas, Ashtabula, Summit and Stark Counties. Visibility may be reduced to 1/4 mi in some areas.
Fog will quickly clear after the morning rush, revealing full sunshine. Highs will be slightly warmer than yesterday, near 80 degrees.
Another clear night is in store with lows in the mid-to-upper 50s.
High pressure will shift east Thursday and Friday, gradually warming highs to the mid-80s. Our average high for this time of the year is 80 degrees.
As high pressure sits over the Mid-Atlantic this weekend, expect the warmest temperatures of the week, in the upper 80s.
A cold front will eventually arrive early next week with our next chance of rain late Monday through Tuesday afternoon.
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