CLEVELAND - Let me apologize to all of you heat worshipers. Your 90-degree days are over for a while.
In fact, current computer forecasts suggest a big cool down beginning Monday of next week.
The forecast calls for another cold front to drop south through the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley late Sunday night. Behind this front is cool air.
Our high temperatures will remain a full 10 to 15 degrees below normal Monday through next Thursday. Bear in mind, high temperatures for late June average near 80 degrees. That means high temperatures Monday through Thursday will range in between 65 and 75 degrees for highs.
After the intense 90-degree days this past week, 60s might be a shock for some of you. Still, many will find these temperatures refreshing with low humidity and lots of sunshine.
MONDAY: Highs in the low to mid 70s
TUESDAY: Highs between 65 & 70.
WEDNESDAY: Highs upper 60s/lower 70s
THURSDAY: Highs in the 70s.
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