Cleveland Weather

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CLEVELAND (WJW) – A cool, crisp night, perfect for the first day of the weather drop. We will fall back into the upper 50s and into the mid 50s inland. Lower humidity will persist this evening with our winds shifting from the south after midnight.

Lower humidity will continue to persist this evening through Friday before slightly wetter air moves in this weekend.

Staying dry and calm tomorrow with some high clouds filtering through the area during the day. Much warmer as we climb into the upper 80s and winds shift from the south.

Heavy clouds expected Friday and Saturday. There is a very small chance for a shower or storm on Saturday, mainly to the south.

A few showers and thunderstorms are possible as a front arrives from the north on Sunday. Front is expected to be out of the zone on Labor Day, but we will keep a small risk to our Southeast communities if this persists.

Check your latest 8-day forecast above.

Dale D. Schrum