CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Tonight will be nice with a mix of sun and clouds through the early evening. Can’t rule out a stray storm overnight as we watch a complex moving over Michigan. Overnight temps will drop to near 70°, so we could see some areas of fog develop early morning Saturday.
The weekend remains unsettled. An area of low pressure will slowly move through the day Saturday, allowing for the chance for showers and storms, mainly during the peak heating of the afternoon. If we do see a severe storm or two, the main threat will strong winds. High temperatures will be in the middle 80s, and it’ll stay humid.
A warm front will lift through Saturday night into Sunday, this will leave the chance for a few lingering storms overnight into Sunday morning. We will again see the chance for a strong storm or two to develop Sunday afternoon, as high temperatures push towards 90 degrees.
We hold onto the heat and humidity Monday. A few of us will top out in the low 90s. With things that hot and muggy, we can’t rule out an isolated storm before our next system moves through Tuesday morning.
Once this system clears out by late Wednesday, we’ll see cooler and less humid conditions heading into the middle and end of next week. We’ll be dry with highs mainly in the middle to upper 70s.