CLEVELAND - Power of 5 Chief Meteorologist Mark Johnson says to expect cool weather into the weekend.
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TUESDAY EVENING UPDATE: Clouds are clearing out quickly as high pressure over Wisconsin slides southeast into Ohio. Clear skies and light winds tonight will allow temperatures to drop into the 40s across the region.
Partly to mostly sunny skies will be the rule on Wednesday. Temperatures will climb into the middle and upper 60s. More of the same for Thursday: Partly sunny, highs near 65.
Warmer air begins to arrive on Friday. High temperatures will move up into the lower 70s, with some sunshine on the way. Saturday will be the warmest day of the weekend. Highs should reach into the upper 70s...and we'll stay dry! Sunday brings a cold front and scattered thundershowers for the Browns Game. Highs in the lower 70s.
TUESDAY PM UPDATE: We're seeing clouds on the decreased heading through Tuesday afternoon as drier air begins to punch in from the west. Temps will stay cool though under mainly cloudy skies - they'll only rise into the low 60s.
Morning showers tapered off near the lake by the start of rush hour but fog then developed with a bit of mist. There is still a very small chance for a stray shower or two to pop back up but most of us are dry and cool. We finally see some much needed sunshine this afternoon but temperatures do not start rebounding back to near normal until we are closer to the weekend.
Scattered light showers near the lake remain with cool morning temperatures in the lower 50s. If you are one of the lucky ones starting dry, clouds will remain until the afternoon. Highs will stay cooler in the lower 60s.
A gradual warm up will take shape closer to the weekend, Until then, look for highs in the 60s Wednesday & Thursday with partly to mostly sunny skies.
Friday looks dry with highs near 70. Saturday will be the warmest weekend day. highs in the upper 70s with partly cloudy skies.
Rain chances try to return later in the day on Sunday.
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