FORECAST: A Warm and Wet Week Ahead

Posted at 5:44 AM, Oct 04, 2021
and last updated 2021-10-04 22:51:57-04

CLEVELAND — Low pressure over Ohio will slide east overnight. A few lingering showers are possible this evening and overnight as the low moves by. Patchy fog is also possible by sunrise. Lows will drop down into the lower 60s.

As the low pulls away Tuesday, a few isolated showers may linger behind during the morning. Sunshine should increase as the afternoon wears on as temperatures climb into the lower and middle 70s.

Waves of rain will continue through the rest of the work week with temperatures staying on the warmer side for the month of October: 70s thru the weekend!


  • A few storms tonight
  • Patchy fog
  • On and off rain and storms through the week
  • Best shot for rain appears to be Wednesday & Thursday
  • Temperatures stay above normal thru the week


Monday Night: Isolated thundershowers. Patchy fog.| Low: 61º

Tuesday: Few showers. Still mild. | High: 74º

Wednesday: Warm for October with spotty rain and storms. | High: 79º

Thursday: Scattered showers possible. High: 78º

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