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FORECAST: Turning colder to start the weekend

Posted at 5:50 AM, Dec 03, 2021

CLEVELAND — The cold air is back! Low temperatures tonight will fall into the lower 30s by sunrise. Winds will stay calm. Expect some widespread fog if you are headed out early Saturday morning.

Skies will stay cloudy through part or all of Saturday morning. But then, sunshine should be the rule during the afternoon. We will stay cool with highs in the lower 40s.

Better new for Sunday. The rain should hold off until after sunset! Skies will be cloudy with temperatures hanging in the 40s for most of the day. But, a warm front will slide north thru the area by late afternoon. That should actually take bump our evening temperatures up into the 50s. Rain showers are likely Sunday night and Monday morning ahead of a cold front.

That front will arrive around midday Monday. Expect morning highs in the 50s Monday with rapidly falling afternoon temperatures. The major weather headline for Monday will be the wind! Expect highs winds near 30 mph behind the cold front with gusts to 45 mph. A Wind Advisory will likely be needed for parts of Northern Ohio on Monday.

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FORECAST HEADLINES

  • A mix of rain and snow possible Friday
  • Colder Temperatures
  • Mainly dry on Saturday
  • A rainy & milder Sunday

DETAILED FORECAST

Friday Night: Cloudy. Cold. Light rain/snow mix. | High: 40º

Saturday: Mostly cloudy with an isolated light rain/snow mix possible.. | High: 42º

Sunday: Rain likely by evening turning to snow early Monday morning. | High: 53º

Monday: Windy, falling temperatures, snow showers possible | High: 45º

Tuesday: Few snow showers and chilly. | High: 35º

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