Forecast: Calm before the rain and snow return

CLEVELAND - Meteorologist Tera Blake says to expect partly cloudy skies for your Monday with temperatures above average in the upper 40s.


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A slight warm up will happen as we move out of November.  We are forecasting 50s for the start of December.  A  southward dip in the jet stream will allow for a warmer than normal December. 

Your Cyber Monday starts off dry and sunny with temperatures cold in the 20s.  You can expect partly cloudy skies for the start of your week with temperatures in the upper 40s.  By tailgating time, clouds will have taken over.  Rain is expected to push in overnight but we should remain dry through our Monday night football game. To be safe, grab your warmer jacket that can get wet as you cheer on the home team....GO BROWNS!

Widespread rain is predicted on Tuesday with the warmest temperatures of the week in the mid 50s.  

A rain/snow mix can be expected for both Wednesday and Thursday as an upper low pushes through home. Thursday could also see some lake effect snow for the East side.  Temperatures starting Wednesday through to the weekend is only in the low 40s. 

Plans for finding the perfect tree this weekend? Dry both Saturday and Sunday with 50 degrees expected again on Sunday. 

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