Good morning, Cleveland. Yesterday, Cleveland had thick cloud cover that kept the temperatures down for most of the afternoon. This morning, the sun has made an appearance. Cleveland can expect increasing clouds this afternoon as low pressure will track across our region. High temperatures are expected to climb into the middle 50s.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be approaching Cleveland around 6 p.m. this evening and move southward by 8 p.m. Northeastern Ohio is under a slight risk of severe thunderstorms according to the NOAA Storm Prediction Center out of Norman, Oklahoma. The best chance of severe storms will be along the track of low pressure, including the counties near the US route 30 corridor. Any severe storms that develop will have the potential of producing large hail, and spotty damaging winds.
Overnight, Cleveland can expect low pressure to track eastward, the rain will tamper off. The skies will clear out by Saturday at sunrise, becoming sunny by afternoon. High temperatures will be cooler in the lower 50s.
Sunday, Cleveland can expect the return of some scattered showers during the evening as a weak front moves through the state. Milder temperatures are much likely for Sunday through Tuesday with highs approaching the upper 60s to around 70.
Temperatures are cooling off by the end of next week in Cleveland. Opening Day on Thursday for the Cleveland Indians of Major League Baseball will call for dry weather and temperatures in the upper 40s.
Have a wonderful Friday and a great weekend, Cleveland. God Bless.
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