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CLEVELAND (WJW) — Late evening, we’re drying and cooling into the lower 40s.

Overnight, cloudy with an isolated shower or two around and winds are slightly breezy and temps on either side of 40. For the morning commute look for cloudy skies with a few isolated light showers possible but most are dry. You’ll need the coat with temps in the 30s.

We’re dry to start the work week off, but by mid-week our next system comes in with more heavy rain and gusty winds, up to about 40 mph at times with some minor accumulations of lake effect snow for the snow belt, about 1-3 inches.

There are still no long stretches of extreme cold expected over the next week. We’ll usher in December with a brief chill.

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