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FORECAST | Summerlike Weather Ahead

Temperatures reaching 90-plus across Northeast Ohio are in the 7 day forecast

CLEVELAND — We hope your AC unit is working because it will be needed this holiday weekend. High pressure will be in control and that will mean for the most part clear skies and temperatures will into the mid to upper 80s.

Tomorrow, the pattern doesn't change all that much. We will see temps improve closer to the 90s. Because of the hot and humid air, we can't rule out the possibility of afternoon rain shower. Most should remain dry this holiday weekend.

For Monday, the heat and muggy meter is in full effect with temperatures well into the 90s.

As we welcome in the warmer air, it's important to remind you to limit your time in the exposed sun, drink plenty of water and wear loose fit lightly colored clothing. Pets are also especially sensitive to the sun. Remember that asphalt can be 10-40 degrees warmer than the air temperature depending on the day and how much shade is available. 

SATURDAY: Mostly sunny and not quite as hot. High 88.

SUNDAY:  Sunny, and hot. High 90.

MONDAY: Hot and humid. High 93.

TUESDAY:  Hot and humid. High 93.

WEDNESDAY:  Hazy, hot and humid with isolated late day thunderstorms. High 93.

THURSDAY:  The hot and humid weather continues. High 94.

FRIDAY: More heat with high humidity and the slight chance of an isolated thunderstorm. High 93.

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