CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Finally, the rain has moved out, and skies are clearing.
With mostly clear skies overnight, temperatures will be very chilly.
We’ll fall into the low 30s by morning.
Lakeshore locations will fall into the mid-30s.
Due to the threat of sub-freezing temperatures inland, the National Weather Service has issued a couple of frost alerts; a Freeze Warning inland and a Frost Advisory closer to the lakeshore.
Residents in the Warning and Advisory areas should take measures to protect tender vegetation tonight.
After a cold start to the weekend, temperatures will warm into the mid 60s on Saturday.
Sunday will be even warmer with highs in the mid to upper 70s.
Unfortunately, there will be a few shower chances through the weekend, mainly in our northeastern counties late Saturday afternoon and into the evening.
More widespread rain will move in later Sunday.