CLEVELAND - Power of 5 Meteorologist Mark Johnson says to expect some sunshine Thursday with temperatures below normal.
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WEDNESDAY EVENING UPDATE: Clouds will be slow to move out overnight. Dry air will move in from the north. Some sunshine should be around by the Thursday morning rush hour. Overnight lows will drop into the lower 40s by sunrise, with a few spots touching down in the upper 30s.
Finally some sunshine. Thursday looks partly to mostly sunny area-wide. Because of a northerly breeze, temperatures will stay below normal. Highs will reach into the middle 50s during the afternoon.
A weakening front will slide into Northern Ohio on Friday. That will mean mostly cloudy skies 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.
Sunday will be cooler for the Browns Game. Afternoon temperatures will sit in the middle 50s under a partly cloudy sky.
WEDNESDAY UPDATE: Drizzle has faded now around home. Clouds, chilly temperatures and breezy N winds remain as our high today struggles to rebound into the lower 50s.
Thursday will begin our warm-up, but real fall "warmth" will not be noticeable until Saturday.
Chilly temperatures this morning in the lower and middle 40s with a breezy NW wind at 10-15mph. Light drizzle remains as well but will taper off by 10-11am as drier air moves in from the northwest. A few peeks of sunshine are possible during the afternoon. You'll need the fall coats through the day with highs temperatures only reaching into the lower 50s.
Chilly sunshine remains in place Thursday and Friday. Highs both days will range between 56 & 58 degrees.
Back above normal temperatures starting Saturday with 60s and even a 70 degree day predicted but rain is not completely done with us. Small chances now trying to pop up on Saturday but it will be very light and short lived until our next big rain/storm chance arrives late Tuesday.
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