FORECAST: Warmer and Rainy to start the new work week

Posted at 8:48 AM, Jan 01, 2023

CLEVELAND — Clouds, along with some misty conditions will continue into your Sunday night into early on Monday. Some patchy fog will also be possible, with areas of denser fog possible for the morning rush on Monday. Temperatures will only drop into the lower 40s in many areas, but isolated upper 30s will be possible.

A warm front will bring to move into the region on Monday. This will bring some spotty shower chances as we begin the new work week. Temperatures will top off in the lower 50s on Monday, as warmer air begins to move in from the south and west.

Temperatures will continue to increase into the overnight Monday. Highs will top off in the mid to possibly upper 60s on Tuesday! Unfortunately, with the warmth, more rain will move in, ahead of and along a cold front. Rain will be heavy at times, especially late Monday night into the day on Tuesday. Some rumbles of thunder will be possible.

Colder air will begin to return as we head into the middle and the end of next week, as highs fall to around 50 on Wednesday, and then into the upper 30s on Thursday and Friday. A few flakes will be possible as well for the end of the week.

Happy New Year NE Ohio!

What To Expect:

  • Patchy fog
  • Few showers Monday
  • Above average temps
  • Rain likely Monday Night/Tuesday
  • Colder end to the week

Daily Breakdown:

Monday: Mostly cloudy. Few spotty showers. | High: 53º

Tuesday: Heavier rain likely. Thunder possible. Warmer again. | High: 66º

Wednesday: More rain showers. Falling temps. | High: 50º

Thursday: Mostly cloudy. Mix possible. Colder. | High: 39º

Friday: Few Flakes. Cold. | High: 35º

Saturday: Mostly cloudy. Seasonal. | High: 36º

Sunday: Mostly cloudy. Chilly. | High: 41º

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