CLEVELAND — Most of our Sunday was dry with light showers on and off in the region, especially earlier this morning. The threat for isolated to scattered showers will continue tonight into Monday as a slowly moving frontal system works through the Great Lakes. Any rain that falls could produce brief heavy downpours, but overall any storms that do develop are expected to stay below severe limits here in the region.
Scattered showers linger into Tuesday with highs in the upper 60s and lower 70s. The second half of the week looks much drier with plenty of sunshine and a gradual warming trend!
What To Expect:
- On and off rain showers through Tuesday
- Cooler temperatures
- Drying out by midweek next week
- Warmer temperatures by end of the week
Monday: On and off rain, a few thunderstorms.| High: 72º
Tuesday: Final rain showers.| High: 70º
Wednesday: Drying out, sun returns! | High: 75º
Thursday: Mainly Sunny | High: 77º
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