CLEVELAND — Coldest air of the young Fall Season moving in tonight. Skies are clearing out, allowing our temperatures to fall into the upper 30s and lower 40s by sunrise. Definitely cold enough for Fall jackets. We are not expecting widespread frost though.
Friday highs jump back into the middle 60s. Look for morning sunshine. High clouds from Hurricane Ian will begin spreading in from the south Friday afternoon. We will stay dry all day with highs in the middle 60s.
Highs Saturday and Sunday will reach up into the lower & middle 60s. Any rain from the remnants of Ian looks to be light and mainly in our southern communities. Winds from Ian could gust above 30 mph Saturday afternoon into Sunday afternoon!
What To Expect:
- Cold tonight, lows near 40
- Ian's clouds increase overhead on Friday
- A few of Ian's rain showers arrive for Saturday
- Wind gusts above 30 mph possible Saturday into Sunday
- Highs in the 60s for the weekend
Thursday Night: Dry! Mostly clear & colder. Low: 42º
Friday: A bit warmer, Sunny to start with increasing clouds. High: 64°
Saturday: Cloudy with a few showers - especially to the south. Windy!| High: 65º
Sunday: Mostly cloudy. Blustery. | High: 63º
Monday: Clouds gradually decrease. | High: 62º
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