CLEVELAND — Plan for hit & miss thunderstorms & rain for the rest of your weekend.
Overnight, another disturbance will bring spotty rain and a few storms which will linger through Sunday morning. By Sunday afternoon, more showers and storms are expected as a cold front will drop into the area.
Risk for severe weather has decreased for the northern half of the area Sunday. But the southern half of the area remains in a low Category 1 Marginal Risk for severe weather Sunday PM...main threats are 60 mph winds and quarter size hail. More storms are expected late Monday and during the day Tuesday with a warm front.
Huge warming trend is likely by Wednesday with near record heat in the middle 90s expected. Heat index values could exceed 100 so get the AC ready!
- Hit or miss showers/storms overnight
- AM t-showers & PM Scattered thunderstorms on Sunday
- Could be strong to severe, especially south
- BIG heat possible by Wednesday & Thursday
Tonight: Hit or miss showers/storms. Mainly during afternoon. | Low: 64º
Sunday: AM T-showers & PM Scattered thunderstorms. Few could be severe.| High: 80º
Monday: Getting Warmer. Storms late.| High: 79º
Tuesday: Scattered rain & thunder. Warmer. | High: 87º
Wednesday: VERY hot & humid. Near record heat.| High: 94º
Thursday: Stays hot, spotty storms.| High: 90º
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