CLEVELAND - FROST ADVISORY for All of Northeast Ohio through sunrise Saturday. FREEZE WARNING for Inland Ashtabula County through 9am Saturday.
Meteorologist Mark Johnson says to expect a frosty start to your Saturday morning and then warmer temperatures for the rest of the weekend.
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FRIDAY NIGHT & WEEKEND FORECAST UPDATE: High pressure will settle across Northern Ohio tonight. With light winds and clear skies, temperatures should have no trouble dropping into the middle and upper 30s across much of Northeastern Ohio by 6am. a few spots across inland Ashtabula County could hit freezing or slightly colder!
After a chilly start to our Saturday, milder air will begin to move in very quickly, thanks to a southerly breeze and lots of sunshine. Highs Saturday afternoon will reach up to near 70 degrees.
Warm air surges in beginning Sunday. Summer-like temperatures will settle in. Highs will jump up to near 80 degrees. A cloud/sun mix should keep the your picnics dry!
Memorial Day Monday stays warm and humid, with isolated afternoon thunderstorms possible. Highs top out in the lower 80s!
(Previous) FRIDAY FORECAST: A weak cold front is sweeping through around sunrise and it won't warm temperatures up much throughout the day. Highs will be in the mid to upper 50's and slightly warmer to the south.
Nearly all of NE Ohio is under a Frost Advisory starting at midnight until 9 am Saturday. A Freeze Warning has been issued for Ashtabula County starting at midnight as well. Lows will fall to the low 30s by early morning Saturday.
We warm up very quickly, and by Saturday afternoon highs will hit the low 70's. By Sunday humidity returns and we head into Memorial Day Monday on the warm and humid side. A chance of thunderstorms return Monday evening.
THURSDAY NIGHT FORECAST UPDATE: Clouds will break up for a few hours tonight as some drier air makes a brief visit. Temperatures will fall back into the middle 40s by sunrise.
A weak cold front will slide south across Lake Erie and arrive during the morning commute Friday. Patchy clouds and an isolated rain shower are possible with the front during the morning hours. After that, skies should rapidly clear out for the afternoon. The cold front will bring in a reinforcing shot of cool, spring air. High temperatures will only climb up to near 60 degrees during the day.
A cold area of high pressure will drop into Northern Ohio Friday night. Clear skies, along with light winds will allow temperatures to drop quickly into the 30's across much of the area. The best chance for scatted frost will be from Greater Cleveland, south to Akron and Canton and all points east of those cities. A Frost Advisory will likely be issues for areas east of Interstate 77 for Saturday morning.
Saturday, temperatures will recover into the 65 to 70 degree range, thanks to lots of sunshine. Sunday will stay sunny and dry with high in the middle 70s.
Memorial Day will bring the threat for a couple of thunderstorms. Highs will stay mild. In the mid-70s. Enjoy!
THURSDAY FORECAST: Slightly warmer today with highs in the lower 60s and mostly cloudy conditions. We'll still see below average temperatures going into tonight with lows in the mid 40s. A cold front hits tomorrow not allowing temperatures to move out of the upper 50s to low 60s to start off Memorial Day weekend. As the front passes through tomorrow evening we could have possible chances of frost developing late Friday evening into Saturday morning.
We recover quickly though with high pressure moving east allowing us to see temps. fighting back to the low 70s Saturday afternoon with lots of sunshine.
WEDNESDAY EVENING FORECAST UPDATE: An area of rain is moving into Western Ohio. With high pressure and drier air in place across our viewing area, most of the rain should fade quickly as it moves in. Just an isolated rain shower or two is expected tonight under mostly cloudy skies. Lows will fall back to near 46 degrees.
Thursday morning starts out mostly cloudy. Drier air will work in from the north during the day. That should mean more sunshine during the afternoon. Temperatures should warm up into the lower 60s.
Another cold front will drop in from the north on Friday morning. An isolated rain shower is possible during the morning commute. Temperatures will stay in the middle and upper 50s during the afternoon.
Chilly air, once again, settles into the region Friday night and Saturday morning. Skies should begin to clear out a bit. This will allow temperatures to fall back into the 30s in many spots after midnight. Isolated frost is possible in a few spots.
(Previous) WEDNESDAY FORECAST UPDATE:
This afternoon temperatures are still in the mid 40s and slightly warmer to the south. The good news is we are on a uphill trend and temps. will return back to the 60s by tomorrow afternoon. It will be another chilly night across NE Ohio with lows falling to the low 40s. We'll remain on the dry side into Memorial Day weekend. Our next shot of possible storms will be Sunday evening.
Skies will remain cloudy tonight. Chilly air will spill in from the northwest. Lows will drop down to between 40 & 45 degrees by sunrise.
The core of the coldest air in this latest batch will settle in on Wednesday. Highs will struggle into the 50s during the day. We will remain dry with partly sunny skies.
Temperatures recover back into the 60s on Thursday with lots of sunshine.
(Previous) TUESDAY FORECAST UPDATE: The cold front has come through allowing temperatures to fall and humidity to go down. Temperatures throughout the day will hover in the upper 50s to low 60s. Along with a west breeze to 10-15 mph. It will feel much cooler with more clouds pushing in from the northwest mid afternoon.
It will be a chilly early morning with lows across NE Ohio in the upper 30s to 40s.
A cold front will march east through Ohio tonight. A few isolated thunderstorms are possible along and ahead of the front. The cold front moves east by 1am. That should put an end to the rain threat. Cooler air will begin to move in slowly after that and skies will clear out by around sunrise. Lows will drop down to between 55 & 60 degrees by the Tuesday morning rush.
More Spring-like air will envelope the area Tuesday. Highs will only recover a few degrees during the afternoon., with highs between 60 & 65 degrees. Skies will be sunny through the day.
Wednesday will be the coolest day of the week as the core of chilly air slides in. We'll begin our day with lows in the 40s. Scattered clouds will mix with sunshine. High temperatures will struggle into the middle 50s for Cleveland...closer to 60 for Akron & Canton.
(Previous) MONDAY FORECAST: Temperatures have hit the 80s and that warm muggy air is in place. A cold front is sweeping in from the east which will cool us down going into this evening. Mid afternoon moisture moves in bringing us a batch of rain and possible thunder into mid evening.
Lows tonight will be in the upper 50s.
Our last warm day for a while on Monday with highs again near 80 under a mix of clouds and sun. A cold front will approach by later this afternoon and tonight. The front will bring storm chances later today with falling temps by Tuesday. We may see a few strong storms, but not widespread severe weather is likely.
Very warm air is still in place as spotty showers continue to move towards the west. Tonight we could see some minor rumbles of thunder but nothing severe. If you like the warm mild air you have one more day then we start to see a change. A cold front moves into the area causing temperatures to fall nearly 20 degrees.
Lows tonight in the mid 60s.
Sunday morning southern locations will feel the rain towards New Philadelphia to Canton, but it will be quick moving. A slight break, but going into the 2 pm a widespread dose of moisture hits all of NE Ohio.
Mild and muggy conditions stick around into Sunday afternoon with highs in the upper 70s to low 80s with light winds. Enjoy the mild weather because a cold front moves in Monday evening causing temperatures to return to normal.
A cold front comes through on Tuesday clearing out the chance for showers.Tuesday's high will only be in the mid 60s. No frost or freeze problems though. Even with the cool down, lows next week won't go below the mid 40s.
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