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10:00 pm Update: Terrific weather to begin the weekend. Temperatures will hang in the upper 70s and lower 80s through 11pm. Skies will remain mostly clear to partly cloudy. Enjoy!
High pressure will remain anchored along the East Coast through the weekend. A weakening cold front will approach the area later this weekend. It will bring with it a few thunderstorms.
TONIGHT: Skies will be mainly clear overnight tonight with low temperatures dropping into the lower and middle 60s. Should be a good night for sleeping.
SATURDAY: Hazy sunshine to begin the day. A weakening cold front will spread a few clouds into the area during the afternoon. We will stay dry, with warm highs in the 85 to 88 degree range.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies. Low temperatures near 70.
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy skies. Widely scattered thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening. Muggy highs between 80 & 85 degrees.
Noon Update: 80's already across northeast Ohio! Summer doesn't officially start until next Wednesday but it'll feel like it all weekend. Expect temps to hit 90º Sunday. we will stay in the 80s until then. Grab the shades and enjoy this weather!
8:30 a.m. Update: Temperatures are starting to warm quickly under our bright sunshine. The clouds will stay out of our sky today as we warm into the 70s by noon with middle 80s expected for highs. Get out and enjoy your Friday but don't forget the sunscreen.
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It's a clear, calm and mild start to the day. Morning temperatures are in the upper 50s.
High pressure over New England will give push warm, southerly winds into Northeast Ohio this afternoon. With strong June sunshine, highs will reach the mid-80s.
Clear skies are expected overnight with lows in near 60 degrees.
Temperatures continue to climb Saturday. You'll also notice a slight increase in humidity. Look for highs in the upper 80s.
By Father's Day many areas will approach 90 degrees! A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms is in the forecast as a weak cold front drifts across the Great Lakes. It will be noticeably more humid.
Highs stay in the upper 80s Monday, followed by low 90s Tuesday and Wednesday. We still don't have a significant chance of rain in the forecast due to dominant high pressure.
Temperatures will cool slightly by the end of next week as high pressure breaks down.
Happy Father's Day weekend!
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