Forecast: Highs soar to the 60s this weekend

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10:25 pm Update: Isolated thundershowers sliding inland off of Lake Erie now over Greater Cleveland.

10:00 pm Update:  Radar trends show a cluster of showers and thunderstorms over Northwest Ohio now moving east. Findlay is currently reporting thunder.

8:00 pm Update: Low temperatures tonight will drop down to near 40 degrees by dawn. Clouds will thicken up after midnight with a small chance for rain showers, maybe even some thunder.

Isolated rain showers are possible Saturday morning. Then dryer air moves in for the afternoon. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy with high climbing into the lower and middle 60s.

Saturday night will be mild. Lows only falling back into the lower 50s. Any clouds should clear out by dawn Sunday.

Veteran's Day looks outstanding! Temperatures will climb into the middle and upper 60s area-wide. Skies will remain mostly sunny. Thank you Veterans for your service and sacrifice!

4:00 pm Update: Patchy clouds mixing with sunshine to begin the weekend. Temperatures for your Friday night activities will fall slowly into the middle and upper 40s through 10pm.


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Clouds are quickly clearing this afternoon. Counties east of Cleveland will be the last to clear. Most areas will see sunshine by 1 p.m.

High pressure will keep sun in the forecast this afternoon as it moves toward the Mid-Atlantic. Warm, southerly winds will flow into Northeast Ohio, boosting temperatures to the low 50s.

Clouds will increase this evening as a warm front hangs over Lake Erie, but football playoff games will be dry. Expect evening temperatures in the upper 40s.

Overnight, temperatures will fall to the low 40s with a chance of showers after midnight.

Isolated showers are possible along the lake Saturday morning as the warm front moves north, otherwise look for increasing sunshine by Saturday afternoon. Despite high clouds, temperatures will soar to the low 60s.

The warmest and sunniest day of the weekend will be Sunday, Veterans Day. Highs will exceed 65 degrees in many areas.

The cold front we were tracking for late Monday/early Tuesday has sped up a bit. Rain is likely after sunset Monday through early Tuesday.

Temperatures will drop to the 40s behind the front Tuesday afternoon. Building high pressure will keep the forecast dry Wednesday and Thursday.

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