FORECAST: Fall taking over bringing chilly temps and tons of clouds

Posted at 6:33 AM, Oct 22, 2021
and last updated 2021-10-22 19:20:26-04

CLEVELAND — The fall chill is settling in after an ACTIVE Thursday. We'll drop into the 40s this evening and overnight but most of us stay warm enough to avoid frost. Might be a different story Saturday night. Clouds breaking briefly could let some of us, inland off of Lake Erie and away from cities, drop into the 30s. May want to watch delicate plants closely.

By Sunday evening steady rain returns and rolls into the next work week.


  • Cloudy & cool tonight with a stray shower or two
  • Cloudy and cool Saturday with a few rain showers
  • Steady rain returning late Sunday
  • Steady chill stays for days
  • Heavy rain possible Monday


Tonight: A few showers. Chilly temps. | Low: 44º

Saturday: Few more showers and chilly. | High: 54º

Sunday: A few showers early, still chilly. Rain increasing late. | High: 58º

Monday: Rain likely that could be heavy at times. | High: 60º

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