Saturday was a perfect example of our weather pattern over the next few days as a slow-moving area of low pressure wobbles through the area. A mix of sun and clouds, breezy, humid, and passing downpours with dry hours in between.

We'll see a similar set up on Sunday with showers and storms popping throughout the day with many dry hours in between. I do think we'll see a chance at some steadier rain in our eastern counties (Lake, Geauga, Ashtabula) as an area of moisture from another system moves north and west. Sunday looks to be a bit cooler as well as our wind turns out of the north on the backside of this low. Highs will stay in the 70s for most with a nice breeze out of the north.

Monday through Thursday feature northern Ohio on the backside of a storm system with rain chances each day--especially during the afternoon and especially the further south and east you are located. Highs will reach back into the 80s.

A cold front will finally sweep through and clear this pattern out by late Thursday. We'll add sunshine and lose the rain chance by next Friday and Saturday as it looks right now!

TONIGHT | Leftover passing showers, mainly early. Still muggy. | Mid 60s

SUNDAY | Mostly cloudy, breezy, and a bit cooler. Pop-up rain chances continue. | Mid/upper 70s

MONDAY | Variable cloudiness with shower and storm chances. | Near 80

TUESDAY | Partly cloudy with showers and storms possible. | Low/Mid 80s

WEDNESDAY | Clouds and sun with showers and a storm possible. | Mid 80s

THURSDAY | Partly sunny with isolated shower and storm chances. | Mid 80s

FRIDAY | Mostly sunny and a bit less humid. | Upper 70s

SATURDAY | Mostly sunny and comfortable. | Near 80

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