|Moon Phase||Waxing Gibbous Moon|
Posted by Meteorologist Angelica Campos
We are in for a treat, beautiful weather will grace Northeast Ohio once again. The humidity will be low and the temperatures will average in the low 70s with bright sunny skies.
Tonight with mostly clear skies, temperatures will deep back down to the low mid and low 50s. If you look westward tonight about an hour after sunset you will find Venus and Mercury near the horizon. Saturn is also visible above the moon in the wee hours of the night.
Tomorrow, temperatures will warm back up to the upper 70s. Officially starting summer this Friday temperatures will climb even more, making it to the low 80s. Summer Solstice begins at 1:04 am EDT. Temperatures will average in the mid to upper 80s over the weekend.
A warm front will begin to move in on Sunday with the chance of rain or thunder with a 20% and about a 30% chance of storms on Monday.
The warmest June high we have witnessed to date is ONLY 83°F back on June 1st, and the warmest so far anytime in 2013 has been a pair of 88°F on May 30 and May 31.