CLEVELAND — As a cold front slowly approaches from the west, multiple rounds of storms will be in the forecast tonight through Monday.
There is a low marginal threat for severe weather tonight as more storms are possible. Main threats are heavy rain that could lead to a few flooding issues & an isolated damaging wind gust.
Spotty storms may redevelop Monday morning with another round possible Monday afternoon.
Few showers may linger Tuesday with some rain showers from the remnants of Ida possible late Tuesday into Wednesday.
This front will make things MUCH more seasonable with highs back down to the 70s Tuesday through Friday.
So it will start to feel more like fall as we push into September.
- Spotty storms possible tonight
- Not as hot Monday but still humid
- More showers and storms Monday
- Much cooler and less humid this week
Tonight: Still humid with spotty t-storms. | High: 71º
Monday: Scattered storms. Not as hot. | High: 83º
Tuesday: Scattered showers. Cooler. | High: 78º
Wednesday: Few showers possible from Ida remnants. Cooler. | High: 75º
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