Forecast: Tracking mild weather this week

CLEVELAND - 10:00 pm Update: We are still seeing quite a few high clouds floating overhead. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy this evening with temperatures hovering in the upper 40s.

Lows tonight will drop back into the 35 to 40 degree range. Skies will be mostly cloudy tonight.

A weak trough will slide east through Ohio on Tuesday. Skies will stay mostly cloudy. there is a very small chance for a late morning or early afternoon rain shower. The shower should be brief and mainly west of Interstate 77. High temperatures will once again climb into the mid 50s.

Mother Nature will smile on us through Thanksgiving Day. Wednesday will be dry. A cloud/sun mix dominate the sky. Highs will once again rise into the lower and middle 50s.

Thanksgiving Day looks spectacular! High temperatures climbing into the upper 50s and lower 60s under mainly sunny skies. Happy Thanksgiving!


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High clouds will be the rule for Monday with some breaks of sun. Highs will run in the middle 50s by the afternoon.

We are still feeling the effects of high pressure. The weekend was filled with gobs of sunshine and temperatures in the middle and upper 50s! Expect that trend to continue into the work-week, starting today. Frosty morning temps will quickly warm to near 50º by noon with highs today in the middle 50s. Here's when the changes come though.

High clouds will start to increase as we head into the evening and overnight. This will help our overnight temps stay above freezing but will also keep temps a bit cooler Tuesday. Expect spotty showers Tuesday before we clear out late Tuesday and stay clear through the holiday!

Highs pressure moves back in, sunshine returns and temps warm to near 60º by Thanksgiving Thursday. The weather will cooperate for you travel to your Turkey Day celebrations but the trip home may have a few issues. Our next cold front will push the sunshine and 50s out of Ohio and replace it with 30s, 40s and the potential for snow.

Models are hinting at a blast of some cold air along with northwest winds, that means the Lake Effect Snow machine may get cranked up this weekend. More details ahead on our snow chances.

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