8:00 pm Update: Light rain showers continue to slide east through Northern Ohio now. The showers are brief and should move out of your neighbourhood quickly once they arrive. Isolated showers will continue tonight. Temperatures will fall slowly into the middle an upper 50s.
5:00 pm Update: Isolated showers are moving east now thru southern Lorain County near Wellington, & Huron County near Norwalk. Skies are mainly cloudy across the entire area now. Temperatures will hover in the 60s thru midnight.
4:00 pm Update: A few more widely scattered showers will affect the region this evening. Skies will be mostly cloudy this evening and tonight. Evening temperatures will hover in the 60s.
Lows tonight will drop back to between 55 and 60 degrees with isolated thundershowers.
Drier weather moves in for Wednesday. After a brief, isolated morning rush hour shower, the rest of the day should be dry. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy with highs, once again climbing up into the lower and middle 70s.
Thursday will be the warmest day of the week! High temperatures will climb into the middle and upper 70s, with one or two spots actually sneaking up to 80 degrees. Lots of bright sunshine will make out door activities a must.
UPDATE: Showers fading a bit as they near CLE. Just light rain expected. Last bit of heavy rain now exiting the state.
UPDATE: Heavy rain currently in downtown CLE. Dry west, for now. More rain moving in from the SW.
UPDATE: A larger, less intense band of rain now moving into Mansfield and stretching all the way west towards I75. That line will move in after a brief hour or so lull.
UPDATE: Rain has cleared through Lorain county, now in western Cuyahoga.
UPDATE: Showers extend from Lorain through Cleveland to Burton. Mainly dry south of that. More rain moving in from the SW.
UPDATE: We're seeing plenty of rain hugging the north coast with pockets of thunder, too. Expect a brief break once these showers and storms roll through, only to be replaced with more rain through the afternoon.
UPDATE: Scattered showers and areas of rain are moving across Northern Ohio this morning. Isolated thunderstorms are also possible as a warm front lifts into Ontario.
Rain is likely through 9 a.m. in most areas, followed by a chance of rain east of Cleveland between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Expect some sun breaks this afternoon with mild highs in the mid-70s. That's 15 degrees above average for this time of the year! It will be dry for outdoor evening activities.
Passing showers return tonight with lows in the upper 50s.
After morning clouds and a few showers Wednesday, we'll see gradual clearing by afternoon. High temperatures will stay well above average through Friday as Ohio remains in warm air ahead of a cold front.
Expect a chance of rain along the front late Friday through Saturday. Temperatures will drop to the 60s Friday, and low 50s for the weekend.
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