FORECAST: Clear skies and more sunshine

CLEVELAND - Power of 5 Chief Meteorologist Mark Johnson is tracking more warmth and sunshine through mid-week.

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FORECAST SUMMARY: Clouds will move in from the south overnight thanks to low pressure sliding up the East Coast. A few isolated rain showers are possible with those clouds from about sunrise through the Tuesday morning commute. Lows tonight will fall back to near 50 degrees.

After a brief rush hour rain shower Tuesday, skies will gradually clear out during the afternoon. High temperatures will climb back up to near 75 degrees.

More sunshine is likely on Wednesday as high temperatures soar into the lower 80s. Showers and thunderstorms will dot the radar on Thursday. But, we'll stay warm. highs will once again climb into the lower and middle 80s.

Previous Discussion = More sunshine in store for Monday and many spots hitting 70 degrees. Still cooler along the lake front thanks to the lake breeze.

Clouds will start to increase late afternoon Monday.  A few isolated raindrops will be possible for the morning on Tuesday.  We dry out but clouds remain.  Warmer in the mid 70s. 

Sunny again Wednesday and warm in the 80s!

The chance for rain and storms returns for Thursday into the weekend.  We cool off back to the lower 70s and upper 60s Friday but climb back to 80 Sunday.

 

FORECAST


Monday: Sunny, warmer. High: 68° Wind: E 5-15 mph

Tonight: Mostly cloudy.  Mild. Low: 53° Wind: SE 5-10 mph

Tuesday: Early shower, cloudy, but warmer. High: 75 Wind: SE 10-15


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