FORECAST: Another warm/muggy day ahead. Stormy on Saturday

CLEVELAND - Power of 5 Meteorologist JD Rudd says we're are in for another humid day across the area

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While today is still shaping up to be a dry day, you may be sweating it out thanks to the humidity. Highs will be in the upper 80s to near 90° and dew points near 70°. This means heat index values will be between 90° and 93° this afternoon.
We are not expecting thunderstorms this afternoon/evening.


Overnight tonight into Saturday, chances will go up for some scattered storms to roll into our area.

Saturday brings a chance for some scattered, hit & miss storms through the day. It will not rain all day, and some areas will stay dry, but the chance is there for a few thunderstorms. It will be warm and muggy for all once again.

Most of Sunday is going to remain dry. An isolates thunderstorm cannot be ruled out--especially in the evening.

Next week appears to be a bit "cooler" to start with highs in the upper 70s to near 80 for Monday and Tuesday. That will not last long. More warm air arrives by Wednesday.


Today: Morning clouds then afternoon sun. Still warm and muggy. A chance for a few thunderstorms after midnight. High: 90° (heat index: 90-95) Wind: N 5-15 mph

Tonight: A few overnight thunderstorms, warm and muggy. Low: 72° Wind: W 5-15 mph

Saturday: A chance for scattered thunderstorms here and there. Otherwise warm and muggy. High: 87° Wind: W 8-18 mph

Sunday: Clouds and sun mix, warm and muggy once again. Cannot rule out a stray storm or two. High: 86° Wind: NW 5-15 mph

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