CLEVELAND — As we head into the overnight, we will see mostly clear skies, and cold temperatures. Lows will drop into the mid to upper 20s across the region.
Sunday's temperatures warm by a few degrees more with highs in the middle and upper 40s. Skies will feature more sunshine until Sunday night, when clouds will be increasing.
Rain becomes likely again by Monday with gusty winds as well. Highs will be in the 50s. We will be monitoring the potential for flooding.
We will see a few shower chances as we wrap up the month of February on Tuesday, mainly during the morning. Temperatures will drop off, as highs fall into the mid to upper 40s.
We will see March coming in like a lion, with warm air and windy conditions on Wednesday. Then we are unsettled on Thursday, with scattered rain showers, and temperatures falling into the mid 40s. We will then need to keep an eye on Friday, with the threat for more rain and snow.
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What To Expect:
- Mostly clear and cold overnight
- More sun and warmth on Sunday
- Clouds return late Sunday
- Rain returns early next week
Saturday Night: Mostly clear. Cold.| Low: 28º
Sunday: More sunshine. Warmer. | High: 49º
Monday: Rain returns. Windy.| High: 54º
Tuesday: A few showers left over.| High: 47º
Wednesday: Mainly dry. Windy. Few showers late.| High: 62º
Thursday: Scattered showers. Colder.| High: 44º
Friday: Need to watch. Rain/Snow possible. Colder.| High: 38º
Saturday: Partly cloudy. Warmer.| High: 45º
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