CLEVELAND — This week in Northeast Ohio, we're going to experience summer and fall, and even a little bit of winter blues, depending on how you feel about temps in the 60s.
We're kicking off the work week with storms and a whole lot of heat. Think middle of July temps. We're talking temperatures we haven't seen in October since the 1950s, possibly in the 40s.
Thanks to high pressure to the south and a stiff south wind Tuesday, some of us will hit 90 degrees, which we've only done in October once before, since we started taking records on Oct. 6. 1946.
However, the summer-like temps won't last long. Winter is coming! Well, at least fall will arrive. It's all staging right across the Pacific Northwest, which has already experienced some snow accumulation.
We're going from near record highs to near frost levels in the same week. We're going to hit close to 90 degrees on Tuesday with temps plunging 30 degrees with temps near the mid-40s on Saturday morning.
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