CLEVELAND - 8:48 pm Update: Isolated sprinkles near North Fairfield, Plymouth in Huron County, Shiloh, Planktown and Shelby in Richland County, and Ruggles Beach in Erie County. Showers are moving east at 25 mph and are fading quickly. Temperatures will remain in the lower 60s through 10 pm.
7: 42 pm Update: Isolated sprinkles have popped up from the Lake Erie Islands to Bucyrus. The showers are weakening as the sun goes down. I expect the showers to fade away as the evening progresses. Temperatures are holding in the 60 to 65 degree range.
4:42 pm Update: Skies are clearing from the northwest across Northern Ohio. Skies should become mostly cloudy this evening and overnight. Lows will drop into the upper 40s and lower 50s.
Next wave of low pressure slides southward across the area Wednesday afternoon. Scattered rain showers are likely during the afternoon. Skies will become mostly cloudy during the morning. High temperatures will be cool: low to middle 60s.
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Expect some drizzle and cloudy skies through the early afternoon. Then, we will start to see some slow clearing west to east. Highs will run in the upper 60s. Skies slowly clearing across the area. Temps are rising into the low 60s.
Light rain continues east of I-71 this morning as a cold front moves across the state. Expect scattered showers to decrease before 11 a.m. A few may linger southeast of Cleveland until noon.
Clouds will be slow to clear today, but some peeks of sun are possible this afternoon with more clearing by evening. Highs will hover in the low 70s.
Under partly cloudy skies tonight, lows will drop to 50 degrees.
A cold front will drop across the Great Lakes Wednesday, bringing scattered light showers to Northeast Ohio in the afternoon and evening. Highs will only hit 63 degrees.
High pressure builds overhead Thursday through Saturday keeping the sky sunny. Thursday will be the coolest day of the bunch, in the 60s. Otherwise, look for 70s and plentiful sunshine.
A weak cold front arrives on Mother's Day, so I have to include a few showers and thunderstorms in the forecast. (But it's only a slight chance!) Highs will hit the upper 60s.
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