CLEVELAND — For mid-September in Northeast Ohio, the weather can sometimes get a little topsy-turvy! That's not the case at all today or the rest of this week. With a firm high pressure center over the northeast, we'll keep things dry with only a few passing clouds overhead this evening. It'll be a great nice for baseball if you're heading to downtown to watch our Cleveland Indians. Temperatures will eventually fall through the mid/upper 50s overnight.

You'll wake up first thing Wednesday morning to more sunshine along with a few areas of patchy fog. As you know, autumn tends to be the foggiest season of the year, so don't be too surprised over the next few months if you start to notice more patchy morning fog as you're up and out the door. Skies should remain mostly sunny from start to finish on Wednesday with highs rounding the corner in the upper 70s/low 80s.

With significant ridging in our jet stream over the midwest and northeast, we'll start to crank up the heat into the low, mid and upper 80s by mid/late this workweek.

So when's our next best chance for some rain? As of this point, by late weekend into early next week, we're trending toward showers and thunderstorms in our forecast.

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►EXTENDED FORECAST | 7-day outlook 

TONIGHT | Mostly clear and comfy. Patchy fog overnight. | Mid/upper 50s

WEDNESDAY | Sunny and unseasonably warm. | Low 80s

THURSDAY | Sunny and warm. | Low/mid 80s

FRIDAY | Mostly sunny and warm. | Mid 80s

SATURDAY | Partly cloudy and continued warm. | Mid/upper 80s

SUNDAY | Increasing clouds with late day storm chances. | Low/mid 80s

MONDAY|  Scattered rain/rumble chances.  |  Upper 70s

TUESDAY|  Partly cloudy and mild. | Upper 70s

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