CLEVELAND - 11:00 pm Update: Cool & quiet overnight tonight. Grab the sweaters. It will be a cool evening with temperatures sliding thru the 50s thru 11 pm. Skies will remain partly cloudy through the evening as well.
Tonight, no rain in sight. We'll stay dry with partly cloudy skies. Slightly milder than last night with highs in the middle and upper 40s.
Tuesday, a warm front will develop across the Ohio valley and move north into our area. A cold front will follow quickly behind late Friday evening and Friday night. Clouds should thicken up during the day Tuesday with a late day thundershower possible in one or two spots. High temperatures will climb up to near 70 degrees.
That weak cold front will drop across the region slowly and linger thru the day on Wednesday. That will keep the threat for rain showers and thunder in the forecast for Wednesday. Most of the rain looks to occur during the morning hours. Highs Wednesday will once again climb up to near 70 degrees.
Lake effect clouds are still hanging tough from Lake County east into Pennsylvania. Clouds will clear by 2 p.m. The rest of Northeast Ohio is currently enjoying crisp, fall sunshine.
High pressure building across the state will keep sun in the forecast today. Highs will hit the low 60s, definitely fall jacket weather!
Expect mostly clear skies tonight with lows in the mid-40s.
After a clear start Tuesday, clouds will increase ahead of a cold front. The front will trigger a few showers Tuesday evening, but the best chance of rain comes late Tuesday through early Wednesday. Rain should end by Wednesday afternoon.
We'll return to sunny skies Thursday with highs in the mid-60s.
Right now, the weekend looks mostly sunny and dry. Highs in the upper 60s.
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