CLEVELAND - Power of 5 Meteorologist Trent Magill says sunshine and a light southwest breeze teaming up togday to warm us into the upper 50s.
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Despite the sunshine, we still need the jackets. We're holding in the upper 50s this afternoon and dropping quickly into the lower 50s after sunset. Friday Night Football will be dry but chilly.
We'll start the weekend in the upper 40s with a quick jump into the middle 60s. Don't let the thick clouds fool you though, other than an isolated brief shower, most of us stay dry all weekend.
Friday looks dry and seasonable. Skies will be partly to mostly sunny with high temperatures near 58. That's just a couple of clicks below the normal high of 60 for this time of year.
You'll stay dry Friday evening and overnight. Skies will be partly cloudy. Low temperatures fall back into the middle 40s by sunrise. You will need the warm attire for the High School Football Games.
A weakening front moves into Ohio on Saturday. Clouds will increase during the day, but the threat for a rain shower is very slim. Highs will climb up to near 65 degrees. A good day to get out and rake leaves or put up Holiday lighting displays.
Sunday will be slightly cooler but still dry for the Browns Game. Looks for a partly cloudy sky, breezy northwest winds and high temperatures in the middle and upper 50s.
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