FORECAST: Rain & A Few Storms Tonight With Rain Lingering Sunday

Posted at 8:50 AM, May 21, 2022

CLEVELAND — Severe storm threat is decreasing but more rounds of rain will keep the flood threat elevated through tonight.

A slow-moving cold front will sit just to our northwest tonight. We have already dealt with multiple rounds of strong to severe storms. I think the worst is over. But with the cold front & area of low pressure still to our west, I can't rule out a few showers and storms redeveloping overnight through early Sunday. These storms however, are not expected to be severe.

Thundershowers linger Sunday morning with temperatures falling out of the 60s into the 50s closer by lunch time. Marathon Runners can expect a few showers Sunday morning with temperatures falling into the 50s during the race. Drier air should works its way in by Sunday afternoon. The Akron/Canton/Mansfield areas should hold on to milder temperatures a bit longer but it will be considerably cooler than Saturday. Grab the Spring jacket!


  • Rain and a few rumbles of thunder tonight
  • Watch for some flooded roads
  • Temps much cooler Sunday
  • Drying out Sunday afternoon
  • Cool and dry for Monday


Tonight: Rain and a few t-showers. Minor flooding possible. Still mild. | Low: 67º

Sunday: Mostly cloudy with scattered t-showers early. Cooler. Falling temps during the afternoon. Drying out by afternoon.| Morning High: 67º falling to around 60º by 4pm

Monday: Much Cooler & drier. | High: 59º

Tuesday: Partly cloudy, seasonable.| High: 73º

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