CLEVELAND — Have a Rain Plan for your Labor Day Weekend Activities!
Tonight we stay warm & dry with low temperatures hanging in the 60s. Scattered clouds will slide across the area through the night.
More heat and some humidity return for Saturday. We should be able to stay dry until a cold front approaches Saturday late afternoon and evening. Isolated thundershowers are possible in a few spots, especially along any lake breeze that forms east of Cleveland. Highs will climb into the middle and upper 80s.
More widespread unsettled weather moves in for Sunday. Expect scattered rain showers and some rumbles of thunder on and off during the day. Some of the rain could be heavy at times, introducing a brief flooding threat in localized areas. Highs on Sunday will be hang in the upper 70s to near 80 degrees.
Unfortunately, our rain threat will continue through the day on Monday. More scattered rain showers are possible for the Holiday. Highs will stall in the upper 70s thanks to the clouds and showers around.
What To Expect:
- Partly cloudy, dry tonight
- Warmer Saturday
- Isolated Saturday PM thundershowers
- Humidity builds back for Sunday & Monday
- Rain/storms likely on Sunday
- Some of the rain could be heavy
- Isolated flood threat Sunday/Sunday night
- Lingering showers possible Monday
- Have an indoor back-up plan
Friday Night: Partly cloudy. Warm & dry.| Low: 68º
Saturday: Warmer. Muggy. Isolated PM thundershowers.| High: 86º
Sunday: WATCH FOR HEAVY RAIN. Warm temps. More clouds with scattered thunderstorms.| High: 78º
LABOR DAY Monday: Scattered showers.| High: 77º
Tuesday: Isolated showers. Seasonable.| High: 79º
Wednesday: Drying out. Near norm temps.| High: 80º
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