10:30 p.m. Update: Breaks in the clouds have allowed temperatures to dip to the upper 30s in some locations. Lows will range from 33-38 degrees tonight.
We're still on for morning sunshine Saturday, followed by increasing clouds in the afternoon. Scattered light rain showers are likely Sunday with highs near 60 degrees. Have a great weekend!
High temperatures hit the low 50s across much of Northeast Ohio today. An isolated sprinkle is possible this evening, otherwise expect the sky to become partly cloudy.
A weak front stalled over Ohio will move north as a warm front Saturday. That will allow warmer air to surge into the state. Highs will hit the mid-50s Saturday under partly sunny skies.
By Sunday, expect high temperatures in the upper 50s with scattered afternoon rain showers.
Temperatures remain well above average Monday, before a stronger cold front arrives Tuesday afternoon.
Rain showers are likely again Tuesday afternoon followed by much cooler air by mid-week. Highs will drop to the low 40s Wednesday.
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