CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Wind Advisory has been cancelled early. It'll still be a breezy evening with wind gusts near 40 MPH.
Rain is making it's way in from the west now, but prefrontal showers and cloud cover really robbed us of any potential for strong/severe weather. Timing of the rain is still the same, should be in Cleveland near sunset, but the line of showers will continue to break up as it heads east.
Showers with an occasional rumble of thunder or two will be around through 11 PM.
Depending on how things play out tomorrow, a few of the storms could be on the stronger side if we have the right ingredients: daytime heating plus a cold front moving through.
If we get any showers developing in the early afternoon, it’ll steal some of our “storm fuel” for the later part of the day.
Regardless, some of the storms that develop tomorrow could be stronger - with damaging winds and hail being the main threats. These storms will arrive in Cleveland after 6 PM.
Behind the front, expect cooler temperatures to start the work week in the 60s both Monday and Tuesday.
Temperatures will start in the 60s tomorrow, but we’ll cool off into the middle 50s for most of the afternoon.
Clouds will gradually clear through the afternoon.
We’ll stay dry through the start of the work week and gradually warm back into the 80s by the end of the week.
Hit or miss showers and storms will be back in the forecast Wednesday through the weekend.