CLEVELAND — If we know anything about March, it's that march is wild. The temperatures swings, the thunder, the snow, the flood potential... you name it...March has it all. And we have (almost) all of it these over the next few days.
Clouds will move in during the overnight as a warm front approaches from the southwest. Lows tonight will drop into the lower 30s. So keep the coat handy.
The warm front moves thru during the early/mid morning hours Saturday. I cant rule out a brief early rain shower as the front moves north up over Lake Erie. That will set the stage for much warmer air for the afternoon. With expected sunshine, highs will climb into the middle and upper 60s by late afternoon!
Winds begin to pick up Saturday evening and overnight as strong low pressure tracks toward the Great Lakes. By Sunday, winds will gust between 40 and 50 mph during the day. Scattered rain showers are possible Sunday along with a rumble of thunder! Temperatures will remain on the warm side: in the middle and upper 60s.
Enjoy it, winter returns next week with rain changing to snow Monday into Tuesday.
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- A cold night with lows in the 30s
- Isolated morning showers on Saturday
- Sunny & warmer Saturday afternoon
- High winds likely on Sunday
- Gusts between 40 & 50 mph
- Scattered rain & thunder Sunday
- Much colder next week
Friday Night: Mostly cloudy and cold. | Low: 32º
Saturday: Mostly cloudy and warmer. | High: 65º
Sunday: Rain likely with an occasional rumble of thunder. Windy & warm. | High: 65º
Monday: Rain transitioning to snow late. Colder| High: 39º
Tuesday: Lingering snow showers. Colder | High: 34º
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