Forecast: Scattered showers and much cooler today


Power of 5 Meteorologist Tera Blake says to expect scattered showers and cooler temperatures only in the upper 60s for your Monday. 


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Our Flash Flood Watch has been canceled with rain now only on the very East side. We still have a small chance for an isolated shower or thunderstorm here early this afternoon but quickly our chances fade as we head throughout the day. You may even see a little sunshine by late afternoon/evening. Clouds do not disappear neither do the cooler temperatures and rain chances. Our next rain/storm chance arrives tomorrow evening. Keep your rain gear handy this week and a nice sweatshirt would help too! 

Scattered showers are fading and even a few peaks of sunshine can be found around home. But boy is it windy. Gusts as high as 28mph from the Northwest. If it not the wind that is making you feel like Fall is here then it is the temperatures. Many of holding in the 60s and that is exactly where we will stay today. Highs should be in the low 80s so that puts us a good 10-15 degrees below average here in Northeast Ohio. 



A few showers and thunderstorms are possible across the region as winds shift to the northwest this morning. Temperatures are already dropping back to near 60 this morning as the low that brought us all the heavy rain and severe weather continues to move away from home.

Today's high temperatures will struggle to reach up to the 70 degree mark during the day as our third cool air blast of the summer arrives. A surface trough of low pressure will swing down across Lake Erie during the day stirring up more scattered rain showers with some embedded thunder.

Monday night's low temperatures could easily drop into the 40s in spots away from Lake Erie, threatening to set some new record lows by Tuesday morning!






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