Forecast: A cooler weather week for Northern Ohio.

CLEVELAND - Meteorologist Mark Johnson says to expect a cooler weather week for Northern Ohio.

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MONDAY EVENING FORECAST UPDATE: The cold front is east of Ohio tonight. An upper level low pressure center will set up across Lake Superior for the next several days. This will allow cooler air to spill in to Northern Ohio thru the week.

Skies tonight will be partly to mostly cloudy. Isolated rain showers are possible anywhere. Lows will drop down into the lower 40s by sunrise.

The sky will be filled with a mix of clouds and sun on Tuesday. High temperatures will climb into the middle and upper 50's by mid -afternoon. A few isolated rain showers are possible during the afternoon, mainly in the lakeshore counties.

Wednesday, Thursday & Friday, much cooler air will move across the area. Highs those three days will stay in the 40s in most spots.

MONDAY MORNING FORECAST: Wind Advisories have expired but we'll still feel the winds throughout the day. Southeast winds 25-35 mph along with gust to 45-50 mph.  Central Highlands as well as Northeast Lakeshore will have the greatest potential of feeling these winds.

Showers will continue throughout the day along with thunderstorm activity as warm air is still in place.  Highs today will be in the upper 60's and lower 70s in locations south. This front will stick around until late afternoon into early evening 

SUNDAY PM FORECAST:

A Wind Advisory is in effect through Monday morning. We can expect SE winds to gust to near 45-50mph, with sustained speeds 25-35.  The highest winds will likely be along the lakeshore.

Things start to crank up a notch as we head into Sunday afternoon as a front passes through and brings us rain. It will enter from the west hitting Huron and Richland County late afternoon. Warm air will still be in place with daytime highs in the mid-60s.  

Along with rain will be winds out of the east to 15-20 mph and gust to 30 mph. This front will persist through Monday morning bringing scattered rain throughout the morning. These conditions will make for a rough commute to start the work week. 

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