FORECAST: Strong storms today bringing fall chill tomorrow

severe update
Posted at 6:16 AM, Oct 21, 2021
and last updated 2021-10-21 23:46:25-04

CLEVELAND — Thursday was a VERY active weather day across NE Ohio. 11 tornado warnings were issued from about 4-6 pm. This is the most since 2005! The National Weather Service will be out on Friday to survery damaged areas.

That is the bad news, but the good news is that the severe threat is OVER!

Expect a few lake effect showers overnight and on and off throughout Friday. Temperatures will likely be stuck in the 50s Friday, Saturday and Sunday. In fact, the extended forecast features many chilly and damp days.


  • Cool, showers overnight
  • Breezy
  • Cloudy, cool & soggy Friday
  • Staying chilly & wet through the weekend


Tonight: Lake effect showers overnight. Chilly | Low: 50º

Friday: A few lingering showers and cooling temps. | High: 54º

Saturday: More showers and chilly. | High: 55º

Sunday: A few showers, still chilly. | High: 56º

Monday: Scattered rain likely and still chilly. | High: 55º

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