A cold front will move through early Friday bringing rain showers for the morning and falling temps during the day. It will also be windy with west winds gusting to near 35mph. We'll start in the 50s and end in the 30s Friday evening. There could even be some snow mixing in with the rain Friday night.
Update: Expect increasing clouds overnight as out next cold front pushes in. The will hold off until after midnight and stick around through Friday morning. Tomorrow's temperatures will be drastically colder. Look for afternoon temps in the 40s before dipping into the 30s through much of the weekend. Get the winter clothes back out for the weekend!
Update: Temperatures have warmed into the 60s for the first time on a Thanksgiving since 1983 when we hit 63º. Expect high's today to be in the lower 60s before cooling drastically Friday. Temperatures Friday will likely cool through the day with afternoon temps in the 30s!
Happy Thanksgiving! We're in for a treat today as high temperatures soar to the low 60s.
High pressure over Ohio will move east this afternoon, pushing warm, southerly winds into the state. Our average high for this time of the year is 48 degrees, but we'll at least be 12 degrees warmer!
Clouds will increase tonight as a cold front moves across the Midwest. If you're waiting in line overnight for Black Friday deals, expect showers or light rain after 5 a.m. Friday. Showers will quickly end before noon, followed by clearing skies.
Much colder air arrives Friday night. Lows will drop to the upper 20s with scattered lake effect snow developing east of Cleveland. Snow showers continue Saturday with minor accumulations expected in the Snowbelt. Snow showers will end Saturday night.
Sunday will be dry, but chilly and breezy. Highs will struggle to reach the upper 30s. Cold for the Browns game!
Temperatures warm to the low 40s early next week with rain likely Tuesday. Scattered snow showers will follow Tuesday night into Wednesday as highs drop back into the 30s.
Have a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving weekend!
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