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FORECAST | Surge of Heat Later This Week

Shower and storm chances return this weekend.

CLEVELAND — From Mother's Day snowflakes to pools and flip-flops 10 days later. The joys of May in northeast Ohio!

We're stuck with this downright comfortable air for now with lows dropping back into the low 50s tonight as clouds continue to float through the area. 

Tuesday will feature a warmer day with highs into the upper 70s, but humidity will stay on the comfortable side as passing high clouds mix with sunshine. 

We begin to turn the corner on Wednesday as a warm front moves north through Ohio. Highs will climb into the 80s with a bit more humidity.

By Thursday we're really into the heat with some humidity. The incoming hot and hazy weather could spark a few thunderstorms, especially along a lake breeze later this week, but most of the week looks dry. How long does it last? Check out the latest video forecast above!

TONIGHT: Partly cloudy. Low 50s.

TUESDAY: Clouds and sun. Upper 70s.

WEDNESDAY: Sun and clouds with an isolated storm. Near 80.

Then the heat moves in! Take a look at the LATEST extended forecast in the 3News video forecast above.

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