CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The ALERT DAY continues through tonight. Periods of heavy rain will continue to push through the area. Winds will start to pick up overnight, gusting to near 45 MPH. This could cause sporadic power outages. Periods of heavy rain and fallen leaves could also cause flooding concerns.
Currently, there is NO wind advisory issued for NE Ohio, but this could change later in the evening.
Rain continues into early tomorrow morning but will clear out by the afternoon. Tomorrow will be cool, temps around 60°. Winds through the afternoon will continue to gust up to 40 MPH through the evening.
Start of the work week looks dry, next chance for a few showers arrives late Wednesday.
Halloween looks icky, weather wise. Looks like periods of cold rain and wind with highs struggling to make it to 60°.
A STRONG cold front moves in overnight Thursday into Friday, and with temperatures dropping into the 30s, some areas of the snowbelt could see a few snowflakes mixed in. Stay tuned for that!