CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - High pressure will expand over the Ohio Valley tomorrow, bringing us fair skies and pleasant conditions. Our next low will move along the southern fringes of the Great Lakes within the next few days. This low will leave another front draped over our area. Unfortunately, this pesky front will hang around into Monday.
Short Term Forecast:
Good evening! Rain will be moving through this evening. Rain may be heavy at times.
Temperature-wise, we’ll fall into the low 50s (and even a few upper 40s) by dawn tomorrow.
Rain will finally come to an end by dawn.
Lovely Friday Ahead:
With high pressure nearby on Friday, we’re looking at a gorgeous ending to the work week. It will be a little windy, but it’ll be sunny.
Temperatures will climb into the low to mid 70s.
Father’s Day Weekend Outlook:
I wish I had better news for the weekend. With a cold front hanging around this weekend, things will be pretty unsettled.
At this time, Friday night into Saturday morning is looking dry. In fact, we may actually get through late-morning Saturday before we see any significant rain or thunderstorm activity.
Rain and storms chances are more impressive Saturday afternoon and evening, so keep the umbrella close by. Showers and storms will linger through Saturday night and into Sunday.
Rain may be heavy from time to time, creating the risk of localized flooding. If you live in a flood-prone or poor drainage area, keep and eye out for flooding. Never drive over a roadway that is submerged.
Saturday’s high: 77°
Sunday’s high: 81°