CLEVELAND — Risk for severe weather will remain very low for the rest of your Sunday. The southern half of the area remains in a low Category 1 Marginal Risk for severe weather through tonight. There could be an isolated strong wind gust and small hail but the threat is decreasing.
Most of Monday should be dry with seasonable temperatures near 80 degrees. But weather may get rowdy by Monday night with the severe storm threat increasing. Big cluster of storms is forecast to roll in from the NW Monday night and early Tuesday. This threat for severe weather will be higher with more widespread damaging wind if it pans out. So stay weather aware and make sure you have a severe weather plan in place.
A huge warming trend is likely by Wednesday with near record heat in the middle 90s likely. Heat index values could exceed 100...so get the AC ready!
- Few showers/storms tonight, best chance south
- Higher severe threat Monday night - early Tuesday
- Temps soaring by the middle of the week, near records
- BIG heat by Wednesday & Thursday
Tonight: Few showers & storms. Best shot early.| Low: 64º
Monday: Dry much of the day. Storms late could be severe with damaging wind.| High: 80º
Tuesday: Scattered rain & thunder early. Warmer. | High: 87º
Wednesday: VERY hot & humid. Near record heat.| High: 95º
Thursday: Stays hot, spotty strong pm storms.| High: 91º
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