CLEVELAND — Quiet time for your Friday night. Skies will be clear for the most part. Scattered fog will once again develop for some of you by sunrise. Lows will drop into the lower and middle 60s.
Saturday looks mainly dry...with the exception of a random, brief, pop-up rain shower during the heat of the afternoon. Its will be mostly sunny and warm with highs in the middle 80s.
Sunday's thunderstorm chances are slim as well. Isolated storms are possible after noon into the early evening hours. Most of us though will stay dry. Temperatures will rebound back into the middle 80s with more humidity settling in during the day.
As we move into next week, temperatures are expected to climb even more! We could be flirting with 90 degrees a few times next week.
We'll keep a close eye on it!
- A quiet overnight
- Patchy fog
- Very warm & humid on Saturday
- Isolated thunder for Browns Sunday
- Big heat, humidity next week
Friday Night: Warm. Patchy fog. | Low: 63º
Saturday: Some sunshine and humidity. Stray storm.| High: 86º
Sunday: An isolated t-storm for the Browns game. Still humid.| High: 87º
Monday: Mainly dry. Gets warmer.| High: 85º
Tuesday: Stays warm! Storms possible.| High: 88º
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