CLEVELAND — Summer heat and eventually some humidity is in the forecast. Unfortunately, we'll also have an almost daily chance of pop up storms in our current set up. 

No worries tonight, however, as mainly clear skies will stick around with temps dropping back into the mid 60s. 

We'll have another day of sunshine Thursday with afternoon clouds that bubble up. We'll likely see a few showers and storms develop out of those clouds once we heat up. Highs will reach into the upper 80s. Not everyone will see rain, but you know the drill this time of year--your neighbor may see a downpour while you're dry. Summertime thunderstorms at their best. 

Friday looks a lot like Thursday with isolated to scattered storms chances later in the day. 

Saturday a frontal boundary will sink south into northern Ohio increasing our chance for t'storms. We'll be rather muggy with highs once again well into the 80s. Slightly drier air will move in Sunday but the boundary will be nearby so we won't completely lose the pop-up storm chance. 

Next week that boundary goes back north as a warm front and we'll turn sticky and warm once again with highs into the upper 80s and afternoon storm chances through at least Tuesday.

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►EXTENDED FORECAST | 7-day outlook

TONIGHT | Partly cloudy with a stray storm possible. | Mid 60s

THURSDAY | Sun with pop up afternoon t'storms. | Upper 80s

FRIDAY | Sun with pop up afternoon t'storms. | Upper 80s

SATURDAY | Partly cloudy with storm chances. Continued warm. | Mid 80s.

SUNDAY | Partly cloudy with a few t'storms possible. | Mid 80s

MONDAY | Partly cloudy with PM t'storm chances. | Upper 80s

TUESDAY | Partly cloudy with scattered t'storms. | Mid to upper 80s

WEDNESDAY | Variable clouds with leftover storm chances. | Mid 80s

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