FORECAST: Dreary Tuesday with rain, chilly temps & breezy winds

CLEVELAND - Power of 5 Meteorologist Tera Blake says on and off again rain today will limit our daytime highs to only the low 50s. Grab your rain gear!

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Rain is starting to lighten up.  Rain remains heavier on the east side but rounds of rain still predicted for all locations into the overnight.  Many of us will be dry starting Wednesday morning with sun still on track to shine in the afternoon! Warming trend begins Thursday. 

(Previous Discussion) Cold front has passed but the rain remains.  Light rain pushing south and east off the lake. Another batch of light to moderate rain is expected near the noon hour with much more scattered rain expected for the rest of the day and tonight.  No warm up today either. Temperatures in the low 50s under cloudy skies with breezy N winds at 10-20mph.


We are waking up this Tuesday morning with a cold front sitting right on top of us. A typical cold front helps to clear out the moisture and deliver cooler temperatures. This front is only delivering on one of those facts: cooler air! Morning low temperatures will fall back into the upper 40s and lower 50s under light showers.
As the slow-moving front pulls southeast this morning, more showers will spin in from the northwest during the day. Skies will remain mostly cloudy with temperatures reaching into the lower and middle 50s during the afternoon.
An isolated shower is possible again early Wednesday morning. But, dry air will slide in from the west during the afternoon. That should cut the rain out for the rest of the day. Highs will once again get stuck in the lower 50s.
Cooler temperatures may be here for the rest of the week but thanks to high pressure we dry out mid-week and the sun comes out to shine through the weekend! 
Back above normal too starting Saturday with 60s and even a 70 degree day predicted.  


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