CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The cut off low-pressure system that has been plaguing our weather this week will continue to move away from us through the night.
Any lingering shower activity will come to an end this evening.
The farther southwest you live, the longer it will take for the rain to move out.
Given the strong easterly winds moving over Lake Erie, Lakeshore Flood Warnings remain in effect for western areas.
With low pressure moving away from us, we’ll get a break in the rain tonight and tomorrow.
Unfortunately, the low will drift back in our direction for the end of the work week.
This means that we’ll be seeing occasional showers Thursday and Friday, although I don’t believe either day will be a total washout.
On Tuesday’s 19 First Alert Weather School, Meteorologist Kelly Dobeck teaches us about liquid density:
Back to the forecast now, mainly dry and quiet weather will return for the weekend.
We’re also in store for a significant warm-up this weekend.