CLEVELAND - 9:30 pm Update: Few thundershowers are lining up now from near Milan/Ruggles beach, south to Norwalk & Tiffin. Movement is SE at 20 mph. An isolated thundershower can't be ruled out for a few of you tonight as a week trough of low pressure moves over head. Nothing severe is expected.
5:00 pm Update: Isolated thundershowers have developed over the Western Basin of Lake Erie, stretching south east toward Toledo. These thundershowers are moving SE and could affect the Lake Erie Islands to Sandusky and Findlay by 6:30 pm. Storms will fade way by 8pm.
4:00 pm Update: Great evening weather for outdoor activities. Temperatures in the low 80s now will slowly fall through the 70s through 10 pm. Skies will remain clear to partly cloudy. Lows tonight will be comfortable. They'll drop back to near 60 by dawn.
More of the same through midweek. Highs temperatures Tuesday and Wednesday will climb back into the lower 80s near Lake Erie and middle 80s inland. We'll see a few fair weather cumulus pop up during the height of the afternoon. We will stay dry.
I'm Meteorologist Jason Nicholas continuing our weather web coverage today. For more weather updates, follow me on Twitter @ JasonNweather.
Dew points continue to drop this morning as cooler, more comfortable air filters into Northeast Ohio.
By lunchtime, temperatures will hit the upper 70s. Expect full sunshine this afternoon with highs around 82 degrees.
High pressure building over the Great Lakes will give us a northerly wind over the next few days. Highs will stay in the low 80s through Wednesday.
High pressure moves east at the end of the week, driving a southerly wind into Ohio. Temperatures will warm to the upper 80s Friday through Sunday.
Rain chances remain limited this week under the influence of high pressure. Our next chance of rain comes Sunday.
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