CLEVELAND - Meteorologist Jason Nicholas says to expect showers and storms moving in late Saturday and into Sunday. Lows will drop into the 60s.
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We will watch a cold front move through northern Ohio on Sunday brining in showers and thunderstorms along it. Highs will still be warm - in the low 70s, before cooling Monday. Any storm that pops up could turn strong to severe.
Temperatures are warming quickly with out southwest breeze. We're on our way into the upper 70s. High clouds continuing to filter into our sky will lead to storms tonight but the day should be dry. Enjoy our LAST Saturday of the Summer season!
A nice warm-up will arrive Saturday on southerly breezes. High temperatures will climb into the upper 70s to near 80 degrees during the afternoon. It will be breezy with partly cloudy skies. An isolated thundershower is possible by evening across the Lake Erie Islands down to Findlay and Fremont.
Showers and scattered storms will spread over the entire area Saturday night as a cold front marches south across the Great Lakes. Saturday night lows will hang in the 60s.
The cold front will slide thru Sunday. Widely scattered storms are possible, especially during the morning hours. The threat for rain during the Browns Game Sunday is slim. Temps will climb back into the lower 30s by kickoff.
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