FORECAST: Tracking More Heavy Rain into the Weekend

Posted at 6:07 AM, Oct 27, 2021

CLEVELAND — Clouds will hang tough overnight. I cant rule out a few more isolated sprinkles as well. Low temperatures will drop into the lower and middle 40s by sunrise.

The best day this week to get some yard Fall clean-up done will be Thursday. We will stay dry all day with a few peeks of sunshine. Temperatures will climb into the middle 60s.

Rain moves in Thursday night. Steadier rain arrives for Friday. So keep the rain gear handy to start the weekend. More scattered rain showers are likely thru the day on Saturday. Any rain on Sunday would be early. Right now, we'll plan on a cool, dry Browns Game and a chilly, dry Trick or Treaters.

Stay tuned for Friday's rain details... could be heavy with flooding possible again.


  • Staying cloudy tonight
  • Random drizzle/mist lingers
  • Warmer and drier Thursday during the day
  • Rain arrives Thursday night
  • Soaking rain Friday with flooding threat increasing
  • More showers Saturday
  • Only isolated rain expected early Sunday


Wednesday Night: Most are dry but a few sprinkles still possible. Cloudy and still cool.| Low: 44º

Thursday: Mostly cloudy. Warmer.| High: 65º

Friday: Heavy rain likely with dropping temps. Watch for flooding.| High: 55º

Saturday: Scattered light showers likely, chilly. | High: 54º

Sunday: Couple showers possible early, mainly cloudy & cool. | High: 57º

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