FORECAST: Wet weather and chilly temperatures return today before a quick warming trend

CLEVELAND - Meteorologist Jason Nicholas says to expect mainly cloudy skies Tuesday with a few light rain showers. Highs will run in the low 60s.

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Round 1 of rain and storms is in progress. You can expect the most widespread wet weather to start pushing away from home by 10-11am.  The official cold front looks to be on track to move south of home early this afternoon so there is still a chance for additional light rain but many of us will dry out with cloudy skies and chilly temperatures remaining. High today only in the low 60s. 


Our rain strike ends today.  

The cold front will spread clouds and rain showers into the Sandusky, Norwalk and Lorain areas around sunrise with the showers sliding south and east during the morning and early afternoon. Morning temperatures in the 50s. Once the main front goes by, just after lunch, a few isolated showers will persist off of Lake Erie during the afternoon hours. Skies will be cloudy to mostly cloudy. Highs will top out in the mid 60s.

Sunshine returns on Wednesday with highs remaining in the 60s. Warmer air moves in briefly on Thursday ahead of the next cold front. Highs will climb up to near 80. But then, showers and storms move in Friday afternoon and evening with highs near 67. Cooler air spills in for the weekend with highs in the 50s and lower 60s Saturday and Sunday.


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