FORECAST: The sun returns to Northeast Ohio today

CLEVELAND - Power of 5 Meteorologist Trent Magill says to expect some sunshine today with temperatures still below normal in the middle 50s.

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Clouds and a cool northwest breeze are keeping us on the chilly side today. Keep the jackets handy. This evening, if you're headed to check out the Partial Solar Eclipse you'll need a jacket. The good news is that you won't have many issues with visibility. A few high clouds expected but it should be too bad. Enjoy and post your photos to our facebook pages! Links are above.


Partly cloudy and chilly with temperatures in the 40s still at 9am.  Thanks to the sun, it will feel better this afternoon as temperatures warm into the middle 50s but a breezy NW wind keeps temperatures below average.  60s still on track to return on Saturday.


Breaks in the clouds this morning and colder temperatures are here because of it .  Morning lows in the lower 40s by sunrise, with a few spots touching already in the upper 30s.

Now to talk SUNSHINE!  Today looks partly to mostly sunny area-wide. Because of a northerly breeze, temperatures will stay below normal though. Highs will reach into the middle 50s this afternoon.

A weakening front will slide into Northern Ohio early Friday. That will mean mostly cloudy skies tomorrow morning and a VERY small rain shower threat. Highs will hang in the middle and upper 50s!

Saturday is your warmest weekend day. Highs will climb into the lower and middle 60s under partly to mostly cloudy skies.  There is also a small chance for a shower or two on Saturday but many us will remain dry.

Sunday will be cooler for the Browns Game. Afternoon temperatures will sit in the upper 50s under a partly cloudy sky.

Best next rain/storm chance arrives late Tuesday into Wednesday.  


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