CLEVELAND — Waves of scattered showers and isolated storms will be likely throughout the rest of the work week.
We will see a broken line of thundershowers move in from the south and spread to the north by mid to late Thursday afternoon with most of the activity ending late.
Expect a few isolated showers mainly west of I-71 Friday morning before more scattered thundershowers return during the afternoon and evening as low pressure moves over the Great Lakes.
You may see some patchy fog in spots Friday morning.
On Saturday, a few lingering showers will be possible especially in our eastern communities.
Temperatures will stay on the warmer side for the month of October: 70s and even low 80s through the weekend!
- Warm & humid all Thursday
- Showers/storms spread from south to north
- On and off rain and storms through the rest of the week
- Best shot for rain appears to be Friday
- Temperatures stay above normal through the week
Thursday: Scattered afternoon/evening showers and storms possible. Warm and humid. High: 79º
Friday: Scattered showers and storms. High: 75º
Saturday: Few lingering showers; especially to east. High: 76º
Sunday: Sunny and summer-like! High: 78º
Monday: Sunny and warm. High: 81º
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