Cleveland Weather

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CLEVELAND (WJW) – Warmer than the past few evenings as we slowly drop into the low to mid-50s. Moving in cloud cover will keep things warmer, compared to the past few nights.

Staying dry overnight, beyond a few splashes in our far western counties.

Another warm day tomorrow, but the clouds will keep moving, so less sun throughout the afternoon. A drop or two is possible during the first half of the day, but most places will remain quiet. The heaviest rain will fall after sunset tomorrow evening.

A marginal risk is in place south of our area as an isolated strong to severe storm is possible with the line of showers and thunderstorms moving through late Wednesday into early Thursday.

Hail, damaging winds, and a lone tornado are all possible in a stronger storm. In northeast Ohio, we might see a gusty thunderstorm or two overnight.

We have changes all over the 8 day forecast, from sunshine to rain and storms, from heat to much colder temperatures.

Once the heaviest rain clears Thursday morning, a few scattered lake effect showers will persist for the first part of the day.

We will have TWO BLASTS OF COLD AIR over the next week. The first Thursday > Friday and another early next week.

Check your latest 8-day forecast above.

Dale D. Schrum