CLEVELAND — Rain overnight will make it a bit rough for Santa, nothing he can't handle though. Plan on widespread rain with a few downpours & thunderstorms embedded through Christmas morning. Temps hold in the 50s through Saturday morning so no threat of ice.
Rain starts to taper off by Saturday PM with colder air pushing in. We're dropping from the 50s early in the day into the 40s through the afternoon. Overnight, we're colder again with lows in the 30s.
Sunday looks chilly but dry with high temperatures in the 30s.
Another mix could return early Monday, switching to rain by Monday afternoon as we climb into the 40s.
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- Warm and wet start to Christmas
- Widespread 50s
- Turning colder/drier Saturday afternoon
- More Seasonable Sunday
- Mix possible early Monday
Christmas Eve Night: Milder temperatures. Rain late. | Low: Steady temperature near 55º
Christmas Day: Rain likely early with temps taking a dive late in the day. | Temps: 50s -> 30s late
Sunday: Much colder with some sunshine. | High: 38º
Monday: Mix possible early before changing to all rain. | High: 48º
Tuesday: More rain. | High: 45º
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