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10:30 pm Update: A few sprinkles/light rain showers trying to form across the area at this time. Currently, sprinkles are over Lorain, Erie, Huron, and Western Cuyahoga County...moving northeast at 15mph.
5:00 pm Update: Clouds are moving in from the southwest now as our weak cold front gets closer. The front is currently lined up from near Fort Wayne, IND. to Indianapolis. We'll stay dry over night tonight with partly to mostly cloudy skies expected. Low temperatures tonight will drop into the 60s.
The cold front will arrive during the morning rush hour Friday and bring with it a band of light to moderate rain. Showers will shift southeast during the morning and early afternoon. Clouds will clear out quickly by mid to late afternoon as well, setting the stage for cool, dry Friday night highs school football games. Highs on Friday will climb up to near 70 degrees.
Saturday and Sunday both look dry, with partly to mostly sunny skies. Highs Saturday will range from about 68 to 72 degrees. Sunday's temperatures should climb into the lower and middle 70s.
12:08 p.m. Update: Temperatures through midday have warmed to near 80º already! Bright sunshine and light southwest winds will continue this warm-up through the afternoon. Expect temperatures to top out in the middle 80s as a few clouds filter into our sky.
Overnight, clouds will continue to increase as a cold front pushes into Ohio. Expect most of the rain to hold off until after your morning commute and push out by your Friday Night Football games.
Under mostly sunny skies this afternoon, highs will climb to 83 degrees. Look for increasing high clouds late in the day.
For evening activities, temperatures will hover in the upper 70s. Today is the last day for the Wayne County Fair and the Taste of Medina County runs from 5-8 p.m. Beautiful evening!
A cold front moving across the Midwest will trigger scattered showers Friday. Expect a chance of rain after the morning commute (west of Cleveland) through early evening (east.) Right now, it looks like the showers will clear in time for Friday night football games.
Saturday will be partly cloudy and pleasant, but temperatures will struggle to reach 70 degrees along the lake. Mild temperatures are in store Sunday, expect mid-70s with sunshine.
Another front will arrive Tuesday, bringing scattered showers and temperatures in the upper 60s by Wednesday.
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