FORECAST: Drying, clearing out with a few more showers around the corner

Posted at 7:49 AM, Jun 09, 2022

CLEVELAND — Skies will continue to clear out overnight as lows dip down to a cool 54 by sunrise. There is a small chance for an after-midnight rain shower east of Cleveland toward Lake and Ashtabula Counties.

Friday will begin with some sunshine and end with mostly cloudy skies. Another round of rain showers and storms will arrive toward Friday evening and linger into Saturday morning.

Saturday looks mainly dry with a few hit or miss showers/storms and highs in the middle 70s. A few Sunday rain showers/storms are once again possible with warm highs again in the middle and upper 70s.


  • Clearing out tonight
  • Cool lows in the 50s
  • T'showers again by Friday evening
  • Limited rain chances ahead
  • BIG heat possible next week.


Thursday Night: Clear skies. Cool for June. | Low: 54º

Friday: AM sunshine. PM clouds & showers/storms. | High: 76º

Saturday: T'showers, mainly during the morning. | High: 74º

Sunday: Partly cloudy with isolated rain showers. | High: 77º

Monday: Partly cloudy. Warmer. | High: 78º

Tuesday: Partly cloudy. Isolated thunder. Warmer. | High: 86º

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