CLEVELAND — Enjoy the sun and moderate temperatures while they last.
The warm air will help fuel some showers and storms Wednesday night as a cold front moves through.
Prepare for another round of thunder, wind and possibly small hail Wednesday overnight, according to the Power of 5 Weather Team.
These storms are not expected to be as strong or severe as the storms that brought damaging winds, golf-ball-size hail and even tornadoes to our area overnight Tuesday, but expect gusty wind and heavy rain that could lead to some flooding, meteorologist Bryan Shaw says.
If hail, rain and wind weren’t enough, get ready for the possibility of some rain/snow mix Thursday morning as temperatures drop into the 30s and 40s until the weekend. Things will warm up again into the 40s during the day Thursday, but with some light rain showers and dropping temperatures, we could again see a rain/snow mix in some areas Thursday night.