FORECAST: Cold front bringing a few storms then much cooler and drier air for Monday

Posted at 10:25 AM, Jun 26, 2022
and last updated 2022-06-26 22:18:39-04

CLEVELAND — Small Marginal threat for severe weather still exists through early evening for parts of NE Ohio. However, the severe threat has shifted to the east/southeast of Cleveland but still includes Akron, Canton, Youngstown & New Philadelphia. Overall, severe threat appears to be low and should fade by sunset. But as a cold front rolls through this afternoon and evening, one or two storms may become marginally severe with a brief strong wind gust near 50-60 mph. Other threat would be a few flooding issues where storms dump heavy rain. There are no severe storm watches or severe storm warnings at this point though.

We will get windy tonight and Monday & a beach hazards statement for rip currents will be in place along with a small craft advisory for boaters. Cold front will usher in cooler and drier air for Monday and Tuesday before a big temp rebound late week. We are back around 90 by Thursday.

Have an awesome week!


  • Showers and storms wind down around sunset
  • Few storms could be strong before 9 pm
  • Cooler and drier Monday and Tuesday
  • Enjoy the lower humidity
  • Heating up again late week


Tonight: Storms winding down by sunset. A few could be marginally severe. Turning cooler and breezy.| Low: 63º

Monday: Breezy and cooler. | High: 74º

Tuesday: Quiet and cool for June! | High: 78º

Wednesday: Lots of sun and heating up. | High: 84º

Thursday: Lots of sun and heating up even more. | High: 91º

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