CLEVELAND — We will see a mostly clear and chilly first half of the overnight, so you'll just need to grab a jacket if you're heading out. During the second half of the overnight, clouds will increase, along with an isolated shower chance late. Lows will drop into the lower 30s in many locations.
The threat for showers on Monday will be slight early, but we will then see more scattered showers during the afternoon as an area of low pressure and cold front moves through. Despite the rain chances, temperatures will be much warmer! This is especially true in our southern communities. Highs will top off in the mid 50s along the lake, to the lower 60s across our southern counties! The warmth will be fleeting though! Below average temperatures move in by mid-week and look to hang around around for several days!
More precipitation will begin to move in for the end of the work week into the start of the weekend. Otherwise, it looks to be a chilly and mostly dry mid-week.
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What To Expect:
- Clouds on the return tonight
- Isolated shower late
- Warm & wetter on Monday
- Getting colder this week
Sunday Night: Clouds increase. Isolated shower late.| High: 33º
Monday: Warmer temps. Scattered showers.| High: 56º
Tuesday: Mainly dry. Colder.| High: 39º
Wednesday: Chill sets in.| High: 36º
Thursday: Below average.| High: 36º
Friday: Rain/Snow showers. Chilly.| High: 39º
Saturday: Snow showers possible.| High: 38º
Sunday: Mostly cloudy. Chilly.| High: 38º
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