CLEVELAND — Outstanding weather will continue for the rest of the weekend. We should be mild and mainly dry tonight with temperatures for most staying in the 60s.
Much of Monday will be dry and very warm with high temps in the mid-upper 80s. Next front will bring in a few showers and storms by evening on Monday, mainly west. Best chance for widespread rain is overnight Monday through Tuesday AM. Models show about .5"-1.25" of rain for most of the area with the heaviest expected to be in our western counties. Few flooding issues could pop up by early Tuesday in heavier downpours. Low severe threat should stay just to our west for now but a few strong storms may clip our western counties Monday evening.
Temperatures soar close to 90 Monday but will fall back a bit below the norm for much of the next week with hit or miss shower chances.
Have a fantastic week!
- Much warmer Monday, near 90 for some
- Rain & storms return late Monday
- Soggy AM drive Tuesday
- Below average temps return Tuesday
- Lower rain chances linger for much of the week
Tonight: Partly cloudy and mild.| Low: 64º
Monday: PM showers and storms. Warmer.| High: 87º
Tuesday: Widespread rain & storms - especially early.| High: 71º
Wednesday: Dry start, Rain Late. | High: 74º
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