CLEVELAND — Scattered mainly light rain showers will move in from the southwest to the northeast today. Look for cloudy skies and highs near 60 degrees.
More showers and thunderstorms are likely on Wednesday with warm temperatures in the lower and middle 60s. There is a small risk for a severe thunderstorm or two across parts of the area Wednesday late afternoon and evening. The best shot will be in our southern counties down around Canton & Wooster. Damaging winds near 60 mph are possible along with an increased flood threat.
Severe threat ends Thursday but more showers are likely on Thursday with highs in the 50s.
Watch for colder air for the weekend with highs in the 30s and 40s Saturday and Sunday. I can't rule out a few wet snowflakes mixing with rain showers during the weekend. After all, it's still march.
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- Mild temps still hanging on
- Spotty showers Tuesday afternoon
- Soaked on Wednesday with afternoon strong storms possible
- Cooler with more showers Thursday
- Even cooler with more rain Friday
- Colder this weekend with a rain/snow mix possible
Wednesday: Warmer with better rain chances. Afternoon strong storms possible. | High: 63º
Thursday: Cooler with scattered showers. | High: 53º
Friday: Cooler with more rain. | High: 45º
Saturday: A few showers, chilly. | High: 43º
Sunday: Even colder with a shot at lake effect wintry mix. | High: 36º
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