Northeast Ohio weather: Rain moves in tonight; warmer-than-normal through mid-week
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - After a dry start to the week, rain will be moving in over the next several hours.
If you have plans after 7:00 p.m., keep the rain gear close.
With clouds and rain in the area, tonight will be another warmer-than-normal evening.
Temperatures will fall into the upper 30s by morning.
Typical overnight lows this time of the year are way down in the 20s!
The widespread rain will depart by morning, but a few patchy, scattered showers may hang around through the morning drive.
By 10:00 a.m., any lingering shower activity will come to an end, and we may (emphasis on “may”) even see a little sunshine Tuesday afternoon.
Temperatures will soar into the low 50s tomorrow!
The forecast high of 52 degrees is 16 degrees above average for this time of the year.
Our next cold front will swing through late in the day Tuesday, ushering in somewhat cooler weather for Wednesday.
Highs on Wednesday will “only” climb into the low 40s.
Even that, though, is still, technically, considered to be above average.
The rollercoaster temperature ride will continue through the end of the week.
By Thursday, it will be unseasonably warm again with highs well into the 50s.
Thursday will be our final super warm day for a while.
We’ll return to the 30s Friday and Saturday.
It goes without saying that we are running way, way below normal with our seasonal snowfall totals.
Typically, by the middle of January, we’ve accumulated just over two feet of snow in Cleveland.
This season, so far, we’ve only picked up 9.2 inches!
Our next shot for a little snow will be on Friday, but at this time, it does look very light.
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