CLEVELAND — Quiet weather settles in for the overnight again as skies remain mostly clear. It won't be quite as cold. Temperatures will fall back to between 40 and 46 degrees for lows by sunrise.
On Wednesday, its back to near normal for a change. We expect highs in the upper 60s and lower 70s for the afternoon...a GREAT DAY for the last regular season Guardians Game at 4:10 pm. Sunny skies will be the weather rule for the day.
Those warm temperatures will hang around on Thursday, but we could see a few rain showers approaching from the west by late afternoon as the next cold front moves our way.
Much colder air arrives for the weekend. Friday's high will be 20 degrees chillier than Thursday...in the lower 50s! A few showers are possible during the day, especially in favored lake effect areas east of Cleveland.
Cold air hangs around for the weekend. Saturday & Sunday highs stall in the 50s. Dry weather should be the rule. But, each morning, as winds calm and skies clear, expect widespread FROST inland away from Lake Erie.
What To Expect:
- Clear & quiet tonight
- Lows in the 40s
- Warmer temperatures for Wednesday & Thursday
- Strong cold front arrives early Friday
- A few showers late Thursday into Friday
- Much colder by Friday and into the weekend
- 40s for High School Football Friday Night
Tuesday Night: Clear & quiet. | Low: 44º
Wednesday: Seventies!! | High: 70º
Thursday: PM showers. | High: 72º
Friday: Scattered (lake effect) showers. MUCH COLDER! | High: 52º
Saturday: Partly cloudy. Blustery. Cold. | High: 53º
Sunday: Sunny. Breezy. | High: 60º
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