CLEVELAND - I'm Meteorologist Jason Nicholas continuing our weather web coverage today. For more weather updates, follow me on Twitter @ JasonNweather.
We'll see a quiet, mainly clear night Saturday with lows in the 60s. For Sunday, it looks like we'll see another day of warm sunshine, with highs in the upper 80s. We are tracking a storm system to our SE, that may give across SE some clouds and even a spotty shower or storm Sunday afternoon.
A cold front will move into northwest Ohio late Sunday and into Monday. That'll bring in the chances at showers and storms to us. It looks like the rain chance leaves us by Monday night into Tuesday. Cooler weather will follow.
We hit 91 on Saturday. It marks the 25th time we've hit 90 in Cleveland this year. The record is 35 in 1988. We won't make it!
We are watching Isaac to our south, but models are bringing up the storm's remnants now into Ohio. We could see rain from Isaac by next Saturday.
High pressure over Pennsylvania and West Virginia will keep sunshine in the forecast. Highs will quickly warm to the mid-80s by noon and 90 degrees by 4 p.m. Evening temperatures will be pleasant, in the low-to-mid 80s.
Dew points will hover near 60 degrees today. That means humidity levels will be comfortable, despite the warm high temperatures.
Overnight, temperatures will drop to the mid-60s under clear skies.
Sunday will feature mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 80s. I can't rule out an isolated shower or thunderstorm late Sunday.
A cold front arrives Monday, triggering scattered showers and thunderstorms. By Tuesday, sunshine returns as high pressure builds across the Great Lakes. High temperatures will drop to the upper 70s through Wednesday.
80s are back Thursday and Friday under mostly sunny skies.
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The National Weather Service says at least six tornadoes touched down in Ohio during violent midweek storms.