Northeast Ohio weather: Staying above freezing Sunday, warmer with rain next week
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Temperatures tonight will rest into the mid 30s with gradual warming to the upper 30s overnight thanks to a stronger southerly wind.
With a few more clouds on hand Sunday, it will be a mainly dry day with daytime highs into the middle 40s.
Moisture out ahead of this front is limited but a stray evening shower east of I-77 cannot be ruled out.
Temperatures behind the front will dip into the lower 30s with winds favorable for a brief burst of lake effect snow across our primary snowbelt into Monday morning.
Any snowfall totals look limited given the warmer temperatures through Sunday, but a quick 0.5 inch of snow on grassy and elevated surfaces is not out of the question.
A few peeks of sunshine return by Monday afternoon with temperatures in the upper 30s.
We will see a surge into the 50s on Tuesday with our next cold front’s arrival by the afternoon.
Expect Tuesday to be windy and rainy at times.
We will stay mild into the upper 40s and lower 50s through Thursday before cooler temperatures arrive Friday.
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