FORECAST: Cold air slowly pulls away

Posted at 5:14 AM, Mar 28, 2022

CLEVELAND — One more cold, Arctic overnight before warmer air begins to shift in. Skies will be mostly clear all night long with temperatures falling back into the upper teens and lower 20s by sunrise.

Tuesday temperatures remain chilly and about 10 to 15 degrees below average. We see highs near 40 by late afternoon. Dry weather should be the rule thru the day with quite a bit of sunshine.

A warm front slides our way on Wednesday. A quick line of rain, sleet freezing rain and snow will move in just ahead of the front before sunrise on Wednesday. That could mean some slick spots for the morning commute.

Skies will be mostly cloudy Wednesday with a big jump in temperatures. Look for highs between 65 and 70 degrees Wednesday afternoon!

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  • Another very cold night
  • Lows in the teens
  • Cool sunshine on Tuesday
  • Brief icy mix possible late early Wednesday
  • Spring returns by Wednesday PM
  • Thursday stays warm, windy & wet


Monday Night: Mostly clear. Very cold. | Low: 18º

Tuesday: Sunshine. Cold & dry during the day. | High: 39º

Wednesday: Windy & much warmer with a light mix early followed by rain returning late.| High: 68º

Thursday: Windy and wet. Still mild.| High: 65º

Friday: Much cooler with a few rain showers.| High: 45º

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