CLEVELAND — Scattered showers are likely overnight as a cold front drops acrss the area. Low temperatures will drop into the lower and middle 40s by sunrise.
That cold front will stall near the Ohio River on Tuesday. High pressure should bring us quite a bit of sunshine during the day. Temperatures rebound into the lower and middle 60s during the afternoon. Isolated rain showers return from the south as the stalled front moves back north as a warm front by Tuesday night.
Warmest day of the week is likely coming Wednesday as we soar into the 70s followed by a MUCH better shot at t-storms into thursday.
In fact, a few storms Wednesday could be strong to severe with a low marginal threat.
We are looking great for the Cleveland Guardians Home Opener on Friday with pleasant temps and dry weather.
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- Scattered showers tongiht
- Much warmer today, warmest on Wednesday
- Looking wet Wednesday and Thursday
- Cooler and drier for Guardians Home Opener on Friday
Monday Night: Scattered showers. Cloudy & foggy.| Low: 43º
Tuesday: Mild with isolated rain early.| High: 62º
Wednesday: Warmer with more rain & a few strong storms.| High: 74º
Thursday: Still mild with periods of rain & storms.| High: 62º
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