CLEVELAND — 1 or 2 Isolated thundershowers are still possible tonight with lows dropping down to near 60. Dewpoints are near 60 as well, So expect patchy fog thru the Thursday morning rush.
Thursday sees morning fog and some sunshine. With some instability hanging in the air during the afternoon, we still could see an isolated thundershower pop up during the heat of the day. Highs will climb up to near 80 degrees.
Friday stays sunny, dry & warm with high temperatures in the lower and middle 80s. It will be a great day for outdoor activities including high school football!
The big rain chances are holding off until this weekend. Plan ahead and watch the forecast closely for this coming weekend... it's looking wet and possibly stormy at times, especially late Saturday and into Sunday.
Scattered thundershowers are likely Sunday. The Browns Pre-season Home Opener could be wet at times so plan on the chance for some soggy weather!
What To Expect:
- Feeling great this week as below normal temps continue
- Isolated T-Showers Wednesday
- Looking drier, brighter late week
- Weekend rain & storms likely, especially Sunday
- Warmer this weekend
Wednesday Night: Isolated thundershowers. Patchy dense fog. | Low: 61º
Thursday: Mix of sun & clouds. 10% PM rain chance. Pleasant. | High: 79º
Friday: More sunshine, more warmth. | High: 83º
Saturday: Scattered showers and PM storms. Warmer. | High: 84º
Sunday: More rain & storms, still warm. | High: 80º
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