We're seeing skies becoming partly cloudy to mainly clear as temps fall. Expect sunshine for Monday with a chilly start near 50. Some spots away from the lake could easily drop into the upper 40s. We'll see highs near 70 by Monday afternoon.
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Evening Update: Our rain chances are dwindling to almost nothing as high pressure moves in. Temperatures have been kept cool thanks to the sun and clouds mix and a light north wind. Overnight, clouds will clear out and temperatures will drop quickly. Grab the jacket if you have evening plans, we will drop into the 50s with some areas waking up to upper 40s by sunrise Monday.
Brown's Game Update: A few rain drop are falling out of the darkest clouds. but should push south throughout the game. Expect a partly sunny sky and comfortable temps through the game. GO BROWNS!!
Afternoon Update: Scattered showers will continue to push south through the afternoon. Despite the sprinkles, temperatures will gradually warm to near 70 with increasing sunshine. If you have outdoor plans, expect a mainly dry day with only a brief shower passing by.
Clouds and scattered showers will keep temperatures on the cooler side again Sunday. After a cool start with areas in the 40s, we will slowly warm to near 70 for an afternoon high. On top of comfortable temperatures, showers will also impact your Sunday. The best chance for showers will be before noon but we can't rule it out through as late as sunset.
After sunset, dry air will push in and temps will cool quickly into the 40s again. Areas along the lake will hover in the lower 50s all night. The sunshine returns with the new work-week as high pressure takes over. Expect plenty of sunshine through much of next week along with a gradual increase in afternoon highs. By Wednesday, 80s will return to northeast Ohio.
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