FORECAST: Cold front will bring storm tonight

CLEVELAND - Power of 5 Chief Meteorologist Mark Johnson says to expect isolated thunderstorms tonight.

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TUESDAY EVENING WEATHER UPDATE: Warm & humid air remains in place thru tonight ahead of an approaching cold front. The thunderstorms overhead this evening are weakening as they move southeast. An isolated storm is possible again overnight. Skies will cloud up tonight with low temperatures staying mild, in the upper 60s.

The cold front will slide thru the area quickly Wednesday morning, any shower activity along the front should be brief, as the front weakens  moving through. Behind the front, skies should become partly cloudy for the afternoon with dry conditions expected area-wide. High temperatures will be cooler, generally from about 77 to near 80.

Previous Discussion = TUESDAY UPDATE: We are well on our way to the warmest day of the month.  Yesterday we hit a high of 86° in Cleveland and that marked the warmest so far...Today expecting a high of 88.  The high heat will be short lived as a cold front delivers 70s starting again tomorrow.  Humidity levels increase ahead of this front today as well forcing temperatures to feel like we are in the low 90s.

TUESDAY FORECAST:  It is a mild and muggy start to your Tuesday morning. Partly to mostly cloudy skies helped keep the warm temperatures in as many of us near the lake are in the lower 70s, farther inland you can expect mid 60s near sunrise. 

Your Tuesday afternoon will be warm & humid again. High temperatures will climb up to between 84 & 89 degrees. A weak cold front slides our way from the northwest, we could see a few pop-up storms during the afternoon especially west again today

The cold front will slide across the region early Wednesday morning. Computer forecasts suggest it will come thru dry. Patchy clouds are likely during the day along with temperatures between 75 & 80 degrees AND lower humidity expected for your Wednesday too!

We will be tracking scattered thunderstorms for Saturday & Sunday of this upcoming Labor Day Holiday Weekend, so stay up to date with the latest forecasts!

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