Forecast: Cooler weather returns for mid-week

CLEVELAND - Chief Meteorologist Mark Johnson says to expect cooler weather Wednesday and Thursday with a few more showers.

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TUESDAY EVENING WEATHER UPDATE: A cold front will slide southeast thru Northern Ohio overnight. Rain showers should end quickly before midnight, leaving skies mostly cloudy. Low temperatures will fall back into the lower 60s by sunrise.

The front will stall out near the Ohio River on Wednesday. Cooler air from the northeast will settle in to our area for the day. I look for highs to range between 70 & 75 degrees Wednesday afternoon. Skies will be mostly cloudy with the small chance for a mid to late afternoon thundershower in one or two spots.

Another surface low pressure will slide east thru the state on Thursday. This will, again, mean more showers and storms through the day. Skies will stay cloudy with highs in the lower and middle 70s.

Previous = MONDAY FORECAST: A few showers and storms are popping, mainly along and East of I77 this afternoon. Some of the storms contain heavy rain and thunder, and possibly a gust of wind. These storms are drifting NE slowly. 

We are tracking clouds and light rain moving in from the south that will hit southern locations mid afternoon.  Some of the cells moving throughout the area may have some thunder.   Lakeshore community will see partly sunny skies. A cold front moves in Tuesday allowing for rain to stick around throughout the week.  Temps. will be slightly above normal throughout the week.

Highs in the low 80s

SUNDAY FORECAST: 

After a nice weekend, we will track rain for Monday as a storm system moves in from the south - then a cold front moves in Tuesday allowing for rain to return to the forecast.  Sunday, we’ll finally see temps. slightly above normal and for the next seven days highs will be sitting at average for July.  This will be a well-deserved comeback after weeks of rain an below normal temperatures.

 

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