CLEVELAND — Our stagnant weather pattern is just a memory now! Spotty strong storms will mess with us as we go through the evening, fading around midnight. There's a slim shot a few storms could be severe with a wind gust near 60 mph and quarter size hail. Storms will be slow moving, so localized heavy rain/flooding will be possible. We are mild tonight with lows near 60 degrees and warm Sunday with highs near 80.
Most of Sunday should be dry but a cold front will slide through the area Sunday. Expect an isolated shower or storm during the day with widespread showers and thunder Sunday night and into Monday. Gusty winds, hail and heavy rain will be the main threats.
Cooler air arrives once again to start next week with highs in the 60s Monday through Wednesday.
- Staying mild tonight with a few strong storms early
- Storms fading overnight
- Plenty of dry time Sunday
- Isolated shower or storm possible Sunday, most of the day is dry
- Much more seasonable next week with more rain Monday
Tonight: Spotty strong storms, mainly before midnight.| Low: 62º
Sunday: Isolated storms possible. Rain & storms likely overnight.| High: 81º
Monday: AM Showers Likely. Cooler| High: 67º
Tuesday: Much cooler and drier.| High: 61º
Wednesday: Couple showers/storms. | High: 65º
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