Warm Monday, Ford Recall, Toy Buying Tips

Expect a few showers to lift from the south this afternoon and a dry and warm overnight. The wind will pick up out of the south ahead of the cold front Tuesday. Rain arrives after sunrise and late tomorrow afternoon the temperature will fall drastically. Behind the front Wednesday will be colder with a few lake effect snow showers east of Cleveland in the afternoon.

TODAY: Dense fog this morning, then a few showers into this afternoon. Warm. High: 61 Wind: S at 5-15 mph

TONIGHT: Cloudy, windy and mild. Low: 57 Wind: S at 10-20 mph with gusts to 30 mph

TUESDAY: Windy and warm morning with rain arriving, turning colder in the afternoon. High: 59

Ford is voluntarily calling back nearly 90,000 2013 Ford Escapes and Ford Fusions, because of a fire hazard. The carmaker said there have been reports of overheating and fires in models with the 1.6 liter EcoBoost engine. The problem doesn't affect other model years, or Escapes and Fusions with different engines. Ford said it's working on a way to fix the problem.  In the meantime, Ford is asking affected owners to contact a dealer as soon as possible to arrange for a loaner vehicle at no charge. This isn't the first problem Ford has had with the EcoBoost engines. Ford recalled more than 6,000 2013 Escape crossovers in September because of a problem with the fuel line.

Toy shopping season is here and experts urge parents and others to make sure any gifts they buy for children are safe and age-appropriate. Click here for some gift-giving tips from doctors at the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Julia Tullos, WOIO Assignment Manager