CLEVELAND — Quiet weather has returned to the area this evening. Lows tonight will stay mild as a warm front slides northeast thru the area. Expect patchy clouds with the front tonight as well as an isolated thundershower east of Interstate 77 before sunrise.
Heat Advisories and Heat Warnings have been issued for all of Northern Ohio for your Wednesday from 10 AM until 9 PM. For all intents and purposes, the forecast is the same everywhere: High temperatures in the middle 90s with "Feels-like" temperatures closer to 105 degrees. Find a way to stay cool!
It will be another hot and steamy day Thursday with highs near 90 and dewpoints still in the 70s. Thankfully it's only brief... Spotty storms with a cold front Thursday afternoon will bring heat relief & cooler air for the weekend. A few of those storms could once again be strong to severe so stay alert.
But this means pleasant weather for Father's Day weekend! It should be dry this weekend too! Enjoy!
- Temps soaring next few days, records could be broken
- More severe storms Thursday PM
- Much cooler late week
- Looking great for Father's Day
Tuesday Night: Mostly clear. Muggy. | Low: 74º
Wednesday: VERY hot & humid. Near record heat.| High: 96º (Heat index: 105º)
Thursday: Stays hot, with a few severe afternoon storms.| High: 91º
Friday: Some sunshine. Cooler, drier. | High: 79º
Saturday: More sunshine, mild. | High: 70º
Sunday: Perfect for Dad. | High: 74º
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