CLEVELAND - I'm Meteorologist Jason Nicholas continuing our weather web coverage today. For more weather updates, follow me on Twitter @ JasonNweather.
After some showers overnight along the lakeshore, we'll gradually see a decrease in cloud cover through Sunday, and even see some afternoon sunshine. Highs Sunday will be a bit warmer that Saturday and top out in the 70s.
Rain should hold off until late Monday, starting across the west. Highs Monday will reach into the low 80s.
Temps are steady in the middle to upper 60s, with some clearing to our west. I expect that clearing to work in overnight and into Sunday. Otherwise, cloudy skies with isolated showers mainly along the lakeshore and some drizzle.
Sunday will bring mostly sunny skies and warmer temps into the middle 70s.
A fall-like afternoon and evening for Saturday across northern Ohio. Temps are in the 60s to near 70 with cloudy skies and isolated showers.
Low pressure over Lake Ontario is slowly lifting northeast. Showers will wrap around the low and drift through Northeast Ohio today.
Expect partly sunny skies with passing showers and breezy conditions. Morning temperatures are in the 50s and highs will hit the low 70s. It almost feels like fall!
The sky will gradually clear west of Cleveland tonight, but remain mostly cloudy east. A few showers will linger in our easternmost counties through early Sunday.
Don't forget about the Perseid meteor shower tonight! If the sky clears, look up between 11 p.m. and dawn. You should see 1-2 meteors a minute. Seek an area away from light pollution and give your eyes 10-20 minutes to adjust to the dark.
After brief morning clouds and patchy fog Sunday, we'll see sunshine and highs in the upper 70s. Beautiful!
Monday will bring a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms ahead of a cold front which arrives Tuesday. Highs will be near 80 early next week.
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