FORECAST: Afternoon sunshine for most, but still below average

CLEVELAND - Power of 5 Meteorologist JD Rudd says this will be our last cool day for a little while

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As we move more into the afternoon, the clouds will decrease and the sun will return. Despite the sun, highs will still struggle a bit. If you're in the direct sun, it will feel great. And the humidity remains low once again.
I cannot completely rule out a stray lake-effect shower over the snowbelt areas, but most of us should be dry.

A calm day expected on Wednesday with sunshine and a few clouds. As the flow flips back to the South and Southwest, we'll see temperatures warm up. Highs should be in the lower 80s Wednesday. Once again, the humidity will be low.

The calm weather will be short-lived.

Unsettled weather arrives Thursday as a front dips into the area and stalls. Dew points will go up, leading to higher humidity. With those factors in place, we will have daily chances for scattered thunderstorms through Saturday. Highs will remain near average in the low to middle 80s but may feel warmer with the humidity.

More showers are possible as we head to the July 4th holiday weekend. We will continue to monitor and give you updates as we get closer.


Today: Clouds decrease, sun returning. Still cool for this time of year. High: 72° Wind: NW 5-15 mph

Tonight:  Partly cloudy and cool with a couple of overnight showers possible. Low: 55° Wind: W 5-10 mph

Wednesday: Sunshine and a few clouds, much warmer. High: 82° Wind: W 5-15 mph

Thursday: Sunshine and a few clouds, much warmer. High: 86° Wind: SW 5-15 mph

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