FORECAST: Isolated Thundershowers Wednesday

Posted at 5:07 AM, Aug 16, 2022
and last updated 2022-08-16 22:56:29-04

CLEVELAND — We are stuck in a similar weather pattern for the next couple of days. A slow moving upper level low pressure system over the Great Lakes, plus a weak surface trough will keep the threat for a few thundershowers in our forecast through Wednesday.

Isolated rain showers are possible overnight with skies remaining partly to mostly cloudy. Lows will dip down to near 60 by sunrise.

Wednesday looks to be a little brighter with isolated rain and storms and high temperatures once again between 75 & 80 degrees.

The big rain chances are holding off until this weekend. Plan ahead and watch the forecast closely for this coming weekend... it's looking wet and possibly stormy at times, especially Saturday afternoon.

Isolated thundershowers are possible Sunday. The Browns Pre-season Home Opener could very easily eek out a dry 4-quarters!

What To Expect:

  • Feeling great this week as below normal temps continue
  • Spotty rain and storms tonight
  • Isolated T-Showers Wednesday
  • Looking drier, brighter late week
  • Weekend rain & storms likely
  • Warmer this weekend

Daily Breakdown:

Tuesday Night: Spotty t-showers. Mild. | Low: 62º

Wednesday: Isolated thundershowers. Some sunshine. | High: 80º

Thursday: Mix of sun & clouds. Slim thunder chance. Pleasant. | High: 79º

Friday: More sunshine, more warmth. | High: 82º

Saturday: Scattered showers and storms. Warmer. | High: 84º

Sunday: Isolated thundershowers, still warm. | High: 81º

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