CLEVELAND - 10:00 pm Update: Showers are moving quickly east now. All rain should be gone by midnight tonight. Skies are clearing rapidly from the west. That poses another problem. With 1/2 inch to over an inch of rain falling across the area today and clearing skies, temperatures should reach the dew point quickly. Patchy, dense fog will likely form across a wide area tonight. Visibilities in spots will drop below 1/4 mile by Tuesday morning's rush hour. Motorists will need to leave extra time for travel Tuesday morning!
High pressure builds into the area Tuesday afternoon. Skies should remain mostly sunny thru the afternoon with highs climbing into the upper 70s.
Wednesday looks sunny and dry again. High temperatures move back up into the middle and upper 70s. Very comfortable!
Thursday looks warmer with highs in the lower and middle 80s. Friday's temperatures will get close to 90 degrees again for the 28 th time this summer! Both days should be dry.
Tropical rains from Isaac should reach the Ohio Valley and lower Great Lakes by early Saturday morning. Saturday looks wet with scattered showers and thunderstorms. Some lingering thundershowers are possible Sunday into Monday, but there should be many dry hours for those outdoor picnics! High temperatures through the weekend will climb into the lower and middle 80s.
\7:30 pm Update: A few lingering showers from Medina to Cuyahoga Falls to Warren. Moving ESE at 25mph. Greater Cleveland will stay dry for the rest of the evening. Temperatures will fall into the 60s by 10pm.
5:30 pm Update: Showers continue to move quickly east. A few will linger across the area through 8 or 9 pm. The Tribe game has a great shot at staying dry throughout. I will mention a small showers chance for tonights' game just in case.
4:00 pm Update: The main area of steady rains has moved off into Western Pa. now. Widely scattered showers will continue across the region this evening, fading away steadily through 9pm. Temperatures will hover in the lower and middle 70s.
I'm Meteorologist Jason Nicholas continuing our weather web coverage today. For more weather updates, follow me on Twitter @ JasonNweather.
UPDATE: Sct'd showers pulling through northern Ohio. Not severe, but soaking rains. .5 - 1" possible. Back edge moving through Toledo, so we have a couple more hours of rain. Should be drying by 4-6pm, west to east.
UPDATE: Plenty of rain out there, with the heaviest west of Cleveland, from Mansfield north to Huron. This line will move into Cuyahoga county by 1230-100.
We're seeing showers moving W to E across the region. Most are light, but there are pockets of heavier rains and even some thunder off to the W. I expect a wet afternoon with scattered showers and storms developing in the afternoon. It'll be humid with highs in the middle to upper 70s.
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Update: Light rain is filling in across Northeast Ohio this morning. Expect a few areas of imbedded heavier rain.
Everyone should see wet weather before noon. Rain will be slow to move into Stark, Tuscarawas and Holmes Counties, but it's on the way!
Showers will continue this afternoon through early evening. I can't rule out a few showers for the Indians game at 7:05 p.m., so take the rain gear to be safe.
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A cold front will bring scattered light rain and isolated thunderstorms to Northeast Ohio today.
Most of the morning will be dry, even sunny south and east of Cleveland. However, Erie, Huron, Richland and Lorain Counties will pick up some light during the commute.
As the cold front approaches this afternoon, we have a better chance of scattered areas of rain and isolated thunderstorms. The chance of scattered showers lasts through the evening. Highs today will hit the low 80s.
Showers end tonight, followed by gradual clearing and lows in the mid-60s.
Refreshing high pressure will build across the Great Lakes Tuesday and Wednesday, bringing sunshine and highs in the upper 70s.
Temperatures jump to the 80s Thursday and Friday under sunny skies.
We're watching the remnants of Isaac this weekend to possibly bring rain to Northeast Ohio. We'll keep you posted!
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