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FORECAST | Beautiful Sunday Expected

However, rain returns tomorrow. By the end of the week, temperatures will drop by almost 30 degrees.

CLEVELAND — The first week of Fall felt more like Summer. Today, we see temperatures improve into the 80s however, a big change is coming starting tomorrow as a series of cold fronts make their way across NE Ohio. Those fronts will result in cooler air and rain showers next week. By the end of this week, we will see below normal high temperatures. 

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Southwest winds will remain fairly consistent until Monday. Overnight lows should stay in the 60s with afternoon highs reaching into the mid-to-upper 70s. We'll be slightly more humid too.


Two major fronts are on the way next week which will overall drop temperatures by 20+ degrees.

-FRONT 1:  Monday Late (Sept 28th) -- Rain becoming widespread

-FRONT 2:  Thursday Evening (Oct 1st) -- Additional showers and much cooler air

Lake effect rain showers will be likely most of next week with cooler air coming across Lake Erie.


Two main waves of rain are likely. The first will come as widespread showers Monday afternoon into late Tuesday morning. The second wave of rain will be scattered lake effect showers most of the rest of the week with cold air spilling over a warm Lake Erie.

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Rainfall totals for the week will stay under 1 inch.

SUNDAY: Warm and clouds increasing late. Low 80s.

MONDAY: Scattered showers. Mid 70s.

TUESDAY: Rain. Upper 60s.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy with an isolated shower. Mid 60s.

THURSDAY: Few showers. Low 60s.

FRIDAY: Few showers. Mid 50s.

SATURDAY: Scattered showers. Mid 50s.


►EXTENDED FORECAST | 7-day outlook

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