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CLEVELAND (WJW) – A tornado warning issued for two Northeast Ohio counties has expired and the rain continues to move out. 

Temperatures will fall back into the upper 60s by Tuesday morning as a cold front continues to push through the area. It will be a bit cooler and comfortable with highs in the upper 70s.

Tuesday will be the most comfortable day this week as we get into a steamy and unsettled pattern. The chance to hit 90 Wednesday with above average heat through most of the week. Chance for daily showers and a few storms.

The heat will be the big story midweek! The heat has spent much of the last few weeks in the south central US and the desert southwest. By late next week, the heat dome will nudge into the Ohio Valley giving us a couple of 90°F days. So far, we have experienced 90°F or higher 11 days this year. Normal for the whole year is 13 (last 20 years).

Next chance for rain/storms Thursday & Friday

Check the latest 8-day forecast above.