Northeast Ohio weather: Rain returns overnight, sharply colder for the end of the work week

Northeast Ohio weather: Rain returns overnight, sharply colder for the end of the work week

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - It will be beautiful this evening, with temperatures in the 50s for a majority of the early-evening hours.

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Clouds will start to increase late tonight.

Rain will return to the region after 11:00 PM.

If you're experiencing some storm anxiety, rest assured that we are not going to see the kind of weather that we saw on Tuesday night.

This will be a swath of rain that moves through from 11:00 PM - 8:00 AM.

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Most of the rain will exit our forecast area by 9:00 AM Thursday.

I do think that we will see a few areas of clearing throughout the day Thursday.

However, models are indicating that we'll see another round of hit or miss showers and storms during the afternoon.

These will be strong showers, capable of producing some small hail.

It will also be cold and windy on Thursday.

Highs will only climb into the upper 40s.

With gusty winds factored in, it will feel as if it’s in the 30s all day.

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