Posted by Meteorologist Melissa Myers
A lot of clouds have made their way into NE Ohio today. Most raindrops have been confined to our southern coverage area. Nearly all of NE Ohio is currently facing a moderate drought. Cleveland Hopkins is 1.4″ BELOW for July and 2.71″ BELOW since June 1.
Rain chances will increase a bit tomorrow due to the geographic positioning of a frontal boundary.
Chances will climb a bit more on Saturday as another front slowly moves in from the west. It is looking more and more likely that the heat will stay away until the middle of next week.
DOES THIS SUMMER HEAT MEAN THAT THIS WINTER WILL BE COLDER OR WARMER THAN NORMAL? CHECK OUT SCOTT’S WORLD OF WEATHER FOR A POST ON THIS LATER THIS WEEK!
The mighty constellation Orion is now visible after its early-summer hiatus. Orion is said to “rule” the winter skies. This is how the “Mighty Hunter” appears in our pre-dawn, eastern sky:
Here’s the latest 8-Day Forecast…