FORECAST: Wind and Rain Taper off

Posted at 8:16 AM, Nov 27, 2022

CLEVELAND — Rain and wind will begin to taper off this evening. Skies will remain mainly cloudy through the night otherwise, as lows drop to around 40.

Isolated lake effect light rain showers will be possible on Monday, especially east of Cleveland. Temperatures will be much colder, as highs will only top off around 40 during the first half of the day. Then we will fall into the mid to upper 30s during the afternoon on Monday. Temperatures will then bump up on Tuesday and Wednesday into the low to mid 50s. Another, stronger system moves in on Wednesday bringing more rain and wind. Then colder air will move into the region through by the end of the workweek.

What To Expect:

  • Iso'd showers Monday
  • Colder air for day on Monday
  • Brief warm up Tues and Wed
  • Colder air returns as we end the week
  • Some Lake Effect Snow possible

Daily Breakdown:

Monday: Iso showers. Colder. | High: 42º

Tuesday: Briefly dry.| High: 53º

Wednesday: Scattered showers. Temps fall.| High: 56º

Thursday: Lake Effect Snow Showers Possible. Colder. | High: 35º

Friday: Near Norm. Some Sunshine. | High: 45º

Saturday: More Clouds. Showers Possible. Not as Chilly. | High: 50º

Sunday: Drier. Chilly. | High: 47º

Download the News 5 app for the latest weather updates:


Follow the News 5 Weather Team:

Mark Johnson: Facebook & Twitter
Trent Magill: Facebook & Twitter
Katie McGraw: Facebook & Twitter
Phil Sakal: Facebook & Twitter