CLEVELAND — A strong cold front will slide east of the area overnight. Showers and storms will end as well. The front will leave behind much colder air for the weekend and beyond.
We'll need the jackets this weekend and most of next week.
Small chance for rain lingers this weekend with more widespread rain by Monday.
High temperatures on Saturday wont make it out of the 40s in most spots. Sunday's highs should reach into the lower 50s
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- Storms ending overnight
- Windy tonight and turning cooler
- 40s by sunrise
- Saturday temps stay in the 40s
- Much cooler week ahead
- Few showers linger this weekend
Friday Night: Storms ending. Blustery. Turning cooler. | Low: 42º | W 10-20 mph
Saturday: Cloudy skies. Chilly. Isolated showers early. | High: 47º | N 10-15 mph
Sunday: Partly cloudy. | High: 52º | E 7-11 mph
Monday: Cool with showers likely by evening. | High: 51º | N 5-10 mph
Tuesday: Scattered showers, cool. | High: 47º | NW 3-9 mph
Wednesday: Drying out but still cool. | High: 52º | W 7-14 mph
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