CLEVELAND - I'm Meteorologist Jason Nicholas continuing our weather web coverage today. For more weather updates, follow me on Twitter @ JasonNweather.
After a mainly dry Saturday, we'll track showers and storms Saturday night into Sunday. Lows Saturday night will fall to near 70. For Sunday, more rain chances move in during the day and into the afternoon. Sun and clouds will mix for highs in the middle 80s.
Update: Temps are staying cooler than yesterday thanks to the cloud cover. We're mainly dry though. Expect only widely scattered rain the rest of the day. The consistent, soaking rain will stay south today and push into NE OH tomorrow.
Gulf moisture is continuing to seep north and into Ohio. Throughout your weekend, expect several chances for rain. Saturday will be mainly dry but we can't rule out widely scattered rain. Keep your umbrella handy as you go throughout your day, brief showers are likely.
As far as temperatures go, we will stay on the warm side despite more clouds. Afternoon highs will hit the low to middle 80s this afternoon with upper 80s likely Sunday. Along with the warmer weather, more moisture will move in also. Expect widespread soaking rain through your Sunday. If you have the opportunity to do your outdoor plans today rather than Sunday, do it.
The rain clears out early Monday as the warm-up begins. Expect sunshine to return Monday with upper 80s Monday afternoon and near 90 by Tuesday. Stronger storms likely Wednesday with the passing of our next cold front.
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