CLEVELAND — WIND ADVISORY has ended but now we need to prepare for some colder temperatures and a lot of rain for your Monday.
Another round of rain is likely overnight and Monday morning. This rain will be heavy at times and flooding is possible, especially areas south of Cleveland. Rain will change to light snow by late Monday afternoon as temperatures fall.
Rain totals could be from 1-2" for some areas by Monday evening so watch out for some flooding that could develop. Snow accumulation should be minor through Tuesday AM, likely less than an inch for most areas.
It will be back to winter weather Monday and Tuesday with highs closer to 40 instead of 70s. Grab those coats!
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- Rain builds in overnight & lasts much of Monday AM
- Much colder Monday and Tuesday
- Rain to light snow late Monday
- Few snow showers linger early Tuesday
- Drying out Wednesday with near normal temps
Tonight: Rain likely overnight with cooler temperatures. | Low: 38º
Monday: Rain likely early transitioning to snow late. Colder.| High: 42º
Tuesday: Lingering snow showers early. Still chilly. | High: 38º
Wednesday: Partly cloudy with temperatures near normal. | High: 44º
Thursday: Stays dry. Seasonable.| High: 48º
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