Other than a stray, passing light shower mainly east of Cleveland this evening, most of us will stay nice and dry.

Temperatures will slowly slip from the 70s into the low/mid 60s overnight. Patchy fog may be an issue overnight into Wednesday morning.

By daybreak tomorrow, other than patch fog, we'll have to be on the lookout for a few isolated showers. Our rain chances dramatically begin to increase after lunchtime with scattered rain and storms expected...especially around your drive home from work. Given the rain and clouds in place, only expect temperatures in the upper 70s. Those showers will clear out by late Wednesday evening. That clearing will tee us up for a beautiful first day of summer on Thursday!

TONIGHT | Partly to mostly cloudy. Isolated shower chance. Fog develops overnight. | Low/mid 60s

WEDNESDAY | Variable clouds with shower and storm chances. | Upper 70s/Low 80s

THURSDAY | Officially Summer! Mostly sunny and pleasant. | Mid/Upper 70s

FRIDAY | Partly cloudy and a bit warmer. Shower and storm chances. | Low 80s

SATURDAY | Scattered showers and storms. | Low 80s

SUNDAY | Leftover showers and storms, otherwise partly sunny. | Upper 70s

MONDAY | Partly cloudy and comfortable. | Upper 70s/80

TUESDAY | Mostly sunny and mild. | Near 80

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