CLEVELAND — Our next round of showers and storms will work into northern Ohio overnight as a wave of low pressure works along our stalled out frontal boundary. While it won't be raining at all hours, we'll see some efficient rainfall producers--especially in thunderstorms and this will only compound our flooding problems, especially in the southern half of the area.
Scattered rain and rumbles will continue on Thursday before the back side of the system wraps through late in the day bringing one last dose of rain.
THANKFULLY drier, less humid air will arrive Friday with only a few isolated shower and storm chances for the weekend.
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THE REST OF TODAY | Increasing clouds with a few t'storms developing, mainly south. | Upper 70s/near 80
TONIGHT | Showers and thunderstorms developing. | Mid 60s
THURSDAY | Showers and thunderstorms likely. Flood threat continues. | Low/mid 70s
FRIDAY | Becoming party to mostly sunny. Less humid. | Upper 70s
SATURDAY | Becoming partly cloudy with an isolated rain chance. | Around 80
SUNDAY | Variable cloudiness with an isolated t'storm. Noticeably more humid. | Low 80s
MONDAY | Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and storms. | Low 80s
TUESDAY | Partly cloudy with an isolated storm chance. | Low 80s
WEDNESDAY | Partly to mostly sunny and less humid. | Near 80
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