CLEVELAND — After a beautiful afternoon with temps in the 80s along with a partly sunny skies, we'll call for a mostly clear evening and mild temps tonight as the numbers fall to around 70°F overnight. Though an isolated stray shower is possible, the majority of us will stay nice and dry...until tomorrow.

You'll wake up first thing Tuesday morning to partly sunny skies. Eventually, more clouds should begin to thicken in by the afternoon. Scattered showers and thunderstorms are in the forecast mainly after 2pm. A few of the storms that develop could produce torrential rain, vivid lightning and gusty winds! We'll top out in the upper 80s to around 90°F.

If you're sick and tired of the rain and storms, not to worry, by the end of this workweek, we're forecasting much cooler temperatures along with lower humidity. 70s for highs are expected Thursday through Saturday.

-Matt

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►EXTENDED FORECAST | 7-day outlook 

TONIGHT | Mostly clear and mild. | Near 70

TUESDAY | Variable clouds with scattered t'storms. | Upper 80s/90

WEDNESDAY | Showers and t'storms likely, otherwise partly cloudy. | Mid 80s

THURSDAY | Early shower chance, otherwise turning partly cloudy and less humid. | Upper 70s

FRIDAY | Mostly sunny and pleasant. | Mid 70s

SATURDAY | Mostly sunny and warmer. | Low 80s

SUNDAY | Partly cloudy skies. Warm and humid. | Mid to upper 80s

MONDAY | Partly cloudy skies. Hot! | Near 90
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