CLEVELAND — A "soupy" weather weekend continues for you across Northern Ohio. That means heat and humidity will keep the air thick. Plus, it will help fuel a few more random thunderstorms for your Sunday. These storms are called "Pulse" storms...they will form on any random breeze or outflow boundary, then pulse quickly into a thunderstorm with heavy rains and then fade just as quickly to nothing. Again, any storm this weekend could produce heavy rainfall of 1" or more in a hurry!
As a cold front sinks south slowly Monday & Tuesday, rain and storm chances will increase with much more comfortable air rolling in for the middle and end of the week.
Main threat with these storms will be flooding from very heavy rain in a short period. So avoid any flooded areas that might pop up!
Make sure you're staying up to date on the forecast as you make your plans.
What To Expect:
- Isolated shower or storm tonight
- Very warm & muggy Monday
- Storms could cause some brief flash flooding
- Rain & Storms Increase Monday & Tuesday
- Cooler weather arrives later this week
Tonight: Isolated rain and a few pm storms. Very warm, muggy.| Low: 73º
Monday: Storms increase ahead of cold front.| High: 87º
Tuesday: Scattered storms. Cooler temperatures.| High: 79º
Wednesday: Drying out early. Temps below average. | High: 80º
Thursday: Comfortable and less humid. | High: 79º
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