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All-Star Sunday Forecast

FORECAST: Cold to start; mild by gametime
Posted at 12:43 PM, Feb 19, 2022

CLEVELAND — A lot of eyes will be on the city of Cleveland as we once again get pushed into the national spotlight with the exciting NBA All-Star weekend festivities set for this weekend.

Here's what to expect for the rest of the weekend:

We are waking up to frigid digits Sunday morning - but the clouds have cleared out and the sun is shining! With plenty of sun and winds shifting to the south, temperatures will quickly climb on Sunday. Expect afternoon temperatures in the mid to even upper 40s. The winds will also increase during the afternoon and evening. Expect southerly winds with 30-40 mph wind gusts. It will stay mild and dry by 8 p.m. for the All-Star Game!


Stay safe this weekend. If you are visiting Cleveland - welcome! I hope you can tune into News 5 to check out the latest forecast this weekend.


Only a couple flood warnings continue from the last storm and conditions are calming down. The following areas are under a Flood Warning:

  • Killbuck Creek in Killbuck — Holmes County
  • Muskingum River in Coshocton County
  • Stillwater creek in Tuscarawas County

Road closures

Praire Lane in Wayne County is closed due to flooding.

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