Northeast Ohio weather: 2 more warm days before weekend temperature tumble
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Temperatures have been running significantly above “normal” for the month of October.
If October ended right now, this would be, by far, the warmest October on record in Cleveland.
Temperatures are currently trending nearly 10 degrees above average for this time of the year.
That will all come to an end this weekend.
A strong cold front will swing through our area Friday into Saturday, ushering in much cooler, more seasonable temperatures.
High temperatures will “only” climb into the upper 50s on Saturday.
Sunday will be a touch warmer with highs in the low 60s.
Both days will be quite blustery and much more Fall-like than recent days.
We’ll warm back up a bit next week.
The aforementioned front is also going to bring us widespread rain.
Numerous showers and storms will move in Friday after 6:00 PM.
Waves of showers and storms will pass through the area from Friday night through Saturday afternoon.
Some storms on Friday night may be strong.
The main threats will be damaging winds and heavy rain.
Some storms on Saturday may produce small hail and/or graupel.
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