FORECAST: Warmer weather thru Thursday then MUCH cooler for the weekend

CLEVELAND - Meteorologist Jason Nicholas says to expect clouds with some sunshine Wednesday and highs in the upper 60s.

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WEDNESDAY PM UPDATE: 

Counties close to Pennsylvania dealing with very dense fog. Clouds will be burning off and you can expect some much needed sunshine by late afternoon.  Short warm-up starts today with a high near 70 degrees. Tomorrow will be the best day of the week with temperatures soaring near 80! BIG changes for the weekend including using the word cold and more wet weather.

WEDNESDAY FORECAST: 

 

Low pressure over Eastern Lake Erie will continue to spin in mostly cloudy skies this morning with a few isolated sprinkles. Sunrise temperatures will fall back into the low 50s.

An isolated sprinkle is possible during the morning commute on Wednesday, especially east of Cleveland. High pressure will move in beginning Wednesday afternoon. So, sunshine will begin to win out during the afternoon. Highs will get close to 70 degrees.

Thursday will be the warmest of the next 7 days. Highs will climb into the middle and upper 70s. Skies will be mainly sunny. Rain & storms return on Friday with highs near 70.

Much cooler air arrives on Saturday. Scattered rain showers will flow in off of Lake Erie during the day, Highs will only climb up into the 50s. Grab the sweaters!

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