FORECAST: 4th of July showers possible late along with some storms Tuesday

Posted at 5:53 AM, Jul 04, 2022

CLEVELAND — Your 4th of July evening will feature some warm temperatures and an increasing shot for showers after midnight. Humidity will also be increasing.

That humidity will also fuel storms. Our next round of storms rolls in late tonight, after fireworks, and into Tuesday. We should dry out for part of Tuesday as temps SOAR into the afternoon. Plan on more storms late Tuesday and through parts of Wednesday. The bright side to more storms is more relief from the heat. The bad side is that storms may produce a few damaging wind gusts and heavy rain. So stay weather aware through the day Tuesday with a risk of severe storms. We're in the 80s the rest of the work week with 70s this weekend! It's a nice break from the early week heat.


  • Warm tonight for fireworks
  • Dry early, showers increase late
  • Clouds rolling in late
  • Storms likely overnight into Tuesday
  • Hot & humid Tuesday fueling stronger late day storms
  • More storms Wednesday - Friday and not as hot


4th of July Night: More clouds with rain late Monday night.| Low: 70º

Tuesday: Storms increasing and a few could be strong to severe. Still hot.| High: 90º

Wednesday: Spotty storms. Not as hot. | High: 80º

Thursday: Warm with a chance of storms. | High: 84º

Friday: Spotty storms. | High: 81º

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