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(WJW) — Rain continues to move out of the area tonight associated with the system that brought us gusty thunderstorms this evening. Here is a look at some of the highest wind gusts so far this evening:

As the rain moves out, cooler air is moving in. Temperatures have already fallen about 20 degrees already and will continue through the night. Most of us will wake up to the 40s by tomorrow morning.

“Winter-like” weather makes a return Monday and Tuesday. Temperatures will be in the 40s most of the day Monday but slowly falling. We will start the day in the upper 40s and end it in the 30s. Scattered showers and a wintry mix will be on and off through the afternoon. Lake effect flurries early Tuesday morning. Higher elevation of the snowbelt could have a light accumulation on cars and grassy surfaces but not expecting much.

Looking ahead to the end of April, there is a good chance it’ll end with below average temperatures. Our average high temperatures right now are typically in the 60s.

Here’s the latest 8-Day Forecast:

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