CLEVELAND - Chief Meteorologist Mark Johnson is tracking a cold front for Wednesday.
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TUESDAY PM FORECAST UPDATE: Skies will be mostly cloudy tonight with temperatures cooling steadily down. We may see some patchy fog forming again toward sunrise as low temps hit 54 degrees.
A weak cold front, currently over Northern Michigan, will drop south across Ohio Wednesday afternoon. Mostly cloudy skies are likely with the front, but not much else. With limited moisture, the threat for a random shower is there, but, very small. High temperatures will stay mild...between 65 and 70 degrees.
Thursday looks warm and dry. Skies will be mainly sunny with highs between 70 & 75. A stronger cold front will move thru the area Friday morning. Rain showers are likely thru mid-to-late afternoon. It will also be windy! We should dry it out in time for Friday night high school Football! Evening temps will fall back into the 50s.
Previous Discussion = More warm weather is on tap for Tuesday. Skies will be partly to mostly sunny. Look for warm highs between 70 & 75 degrees. Temperatures will be slightly cooler near Lake Erie.
A weak cold front moves in for your Wednesday. Sprinkles are possible with a TOTAL of 0.01" at the very most otherwise mild and dry for your day.
Thursday will be warm with partly cloudy skies at a high in the lower to middle 70s.
Rain Returns on Friday with a drop in temperatures behind the front for your weekend.
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