CLEVELAND — Clouds return tonight and linger into President's Day, as a cold front moves through the region during the morning. This will bring isolated shower chances to the region. Colder temperatures will filter in by the late morning into the afternoon on Monday, so look for most of the region stuck in the mid to upper 30s to low 40s Monday afternoon.
More unsettled weather moves in for the middle and end of the work week. Rain chances will begin to increase Wednesday morning and will continue into the day on Thursday. Temperatures will once again be well above average, with highs around 60 on Thursday!
Colder air moves back into for the day on Friday, with a few snow showers.
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What To Expect:
- Clouds return tonight
- Not as breezy
- 40s on Monday
- Above average most of the week
- Unsettled mid-week
Sunday Night: Increasing clouds. Breezy Early.| High: 37º
Monday: More clouds. Isolated showers. Colder. | High: 42º
Tuesday: Cloudy. Windy. Isolated showers. Mild. | High: 47º
Wednesday: Rain/Snow to rain likely. | High: 49º
Thursday: Rain likely. Very warm again! A three-peat. | High: 62º
Friday: Temps fall. Few snow showers. Windy.| High: 32º
Saturday: Rain showers possible. Not as cold.| High: 42º
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