FORECAST | Warmer temps bring more rain

Get ready for another rainy day. Michael Estime dishes the hour-by-hour details in his morning weather forecast for Tuesday, January 17, 2017.

NORTHEAST OHIO - Grab the rain gear before you head out the door this morning. You'll run into scattered showers, and possibly a rumble of thunder as you make your way in this morning.

Expect pockets of moderate/heavy rain at times. If you live in a flood-prone area, watch for high water levels through the day today. Our rain chances should become a little more slim as we head into the evening tonight. Highs this afternoon are forecast a good 20-25°F above average at 57°F with overnight lows in the mid 30s.

A light rain/sleet mix is possible first thing Wednesday morning. Into tomorrow afternoon, expect cloudy skies with cooler temps in the low 40s for highs.

Believe it or not, another push of WARMER temps are on the way Friday and through the weekend with temps in the 50s!

TUESDAY:  Rain likely.  |  Mid 50s

WEDNESDAY:  Few rain/snow showers possible early, then mostly cloudy.  |  Around 40

THURSDAY:  Partly sunny.  |  Around 50

FRIDAY:  Showers likely.  |  Mid 50s

SATURDAY:  Slight shower chance early, then mostly cloudy.  |  Mid 50s

SUNDAY:   Shower chance.  |  Mid 50s

MONDAY:  Rain likely.  |  Mid 40s

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