CLEVELAND (WJW) – Temperatures will fall into the 60s and 50s this evening. By tomorrow morning, most of us will be in the low 50s.

Another beautiful day tomorrow with a few clouds here and there. Temperatures will quickly climb into the mid to upper 70s during the afternoon. Great weather for any boating, picnics or services you may have planned. Overnight Sunday into a Monday, a few showers are possible closer to I-70. Most of us will remain dry.

If we continue on our “dry streak” we could end up with 25 days of rain-free conditions in the month. The last time we were that dry for that long during the month of May was 2007.

Clouds spread in Sunday due to a system coming in from the Carolina coastline. Most backyards will remain dry, areas south of RT. 30 have the best chance of a stray shower moving in. Timing after sundown Sunday into Monday afternoon.

Coverage Sunday night will be small. Any shower would be brief and light.

Long range temperature outlook shows summer warmth late next week/first weekend of June then temperatures will trend below normal

Here’s the latest 8-Day Forecast: