FORECAST: Plenty of sunshine this week with slowly warming temperatures

CLEVELAND - Meteorologist Jason Nicholas says to expect mostly sunny skies Tuesday with highs in the upper 60s.

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TUESDAY FORECAST:

The first full day of fall will feel like it with temps in the 30s and 40s under clear skies. Expect sunshine through the morning and afternoon as highs will warm into the 60s.

Cold air will spill in to begin Fall. Skies will clear out across all of Northern Ohio tonight. Winds will calm. Temperatures will plummet into the 30s inland and lower 40s closer to the big cities. Isolated frost is possible in a few sheltered spots away from Lake Erie by sunrise. 

A nice string of Fall days will commence beginning Tuesday. Skies will be mainly sunny throughout  the day. High temperatures will climb into the upper 60s on a light southerly breeze. Warmer temperatures in the lower and middle 70s are expected Wednesday & Thursday as skies remain mostly sunny.

MONDAY FORECAST: Monday kicks off the new season. Fall begins at 10:29pm... and it'll feel like fall! Temps Monday will hover in the middle 50s. Temperatures fall into the 30s overnight and into Tuesday morning. We rebound quickly though. Sunshine will dominate the rest of the entire work week with temperatures in the middle 70s by mid-week. We're holding there into the weekend. 

 

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