FORECAST: Mainly dry, becoming hot

CLEVELAND - Power of 5 Meteorologist Bryan Shaw is talks potential record heat for Monday.

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FORECAST HEADLINES:

  • Most spots stay dry but can not rule out an isolated shower or storm Sunday.
  • Warm and Humid. 90 Monday.
  • Staying warm next week
  • Next rain and storm chance moves in Wednesday 

DETAILED FORECAST:


Sunday: Gradual clearing. An isolated shower or storm possible. Most stay dry.  Warm and muggy. | High: 85° | Wind: N 5-10 mph

Tonight: Clear. | Low: 66° | Wind: light

Memorial Day Monday: Mostly sunny. Hot.  Record high is 92° | Low: 66° | High: 90° | Wind: NW 3-6 mph

Tuesday: Partly cloudy skies. | Low: 66° | High: 87° | Wind: NE 5-15 mph

Wednesday: Partly sunny with afternoon scattered showers and storms. | Low: 68° | High: 82° |

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