Northeast Ohio weather: Rain and Thunder with very unsettled weather all weekend

Northeast Ohio weather: Heavy rain moves in overnight, very unsettled weather for the weekend

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Heavy rain is in the forecast tonight and tomorrow morning.

Today: Rain, thunder, locally heavy downpours at times with highs in the mid 60s.

Flash Flood Watch in effect for counties west and south until noon.

Ponding on roadways.

Tonight: More rain with possible thunder.

Temperatures oscillating between 55 and 63. Flooding concerns continue.

Sunday: Morning rain with a risk of P.M. showers under variable skies.

Blustery southwest winds with early highs in the 60s but falling temperatures throughout the afternoon.

More possible flooding.

Sunday night: Mainly cloudy and very windy with lows in the lower 40s.

Monday: Mainly grey with highs in the mid to upper 40s.

Tuesday: Partly sunny with highs in the mid to upper 40s.

Rain will move in after 9:00 PM and will continue through the overnight hours.

In case you missed it, here is today’s 19 First Alert Weather School:

Learn how to make a weather barometer on 19 First Alert Weather School

Rounds of rain, heavy at times, will move over the area through the overnight hours and into tomorrow.

By late tomorrow afternoon, there will be more breaks in the rain.

Another round of heavy rain and thunderstorms will move through the area tomorrow night.

Outside of a few lingering showers Sunday morning, Sunday will be the driest day of the weekend.

We might even see a little bit of clearing by late Sunday morning.

My main concern with Sunday’s forecast is the threat for high winds.

Winds may gust upwards of 45 mph, creating sporadic power outages.

Saturday’s high: 63 degrees

Sunday’s high: 67 degrees (This will occur early in the day. Temperatures will fall on Sunday afternoon.)

Copyright 2020 WOIO. All rights reserved.