Good Morning, Cleveland. Low pressure is tracking across our region this morning. Scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms will continue through mid-afternoon. There could be peeks of sunshine possible late in the day. The sky should remain mostly cloudy. Isolated rain showers are possible for the Indians game at 12:05 pm at Progressive Field against the Royals. High temperatures expected to reach the upper 50s.
Overnight, Cleveland will see the sky clear out. The National Weather Service in Cleveland will probably issue frost/freeze warnings away from the lake for tomorrow morning. Low temperatures are expected to drop to the middle 30s near the lake and upper 20s to lower 30s away from the lake.
Friday, Cleveland will see high pressure building in over our region. Sunny skies will be in the forecast along with some high clouds moving in for the evening. High temperatures will be much cooler near 50 degrees.
Saturday, Cleveland can expect another area of low pressure passing through our region. This storm system will trigger periods of rain with chilly temperatures only climbing to the middle 40s.
Sunday, Cleveland will clear out under high pressure. This will bring us sunshine and much warmer temperatures. Highs will approach the upper 50s.
Monday, Cleveland will have much of the same weather. High temperatures approaching the 60s.
Tuesday and Wednesday, Cleveland will have another storm system arriving in the region. This will bring us a chance for some scattered showers and thunderstorms. High temperatures will be warming up into the lower 70s.
Have a wonderful Thursday, Cleveland. Take your umbrella and jackets if you’re heading to the Indians game. GO TRIBE!
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