FORECAST DISCUSSION – Meteorologist Mackenzie Bart

Hazy with a few clouds tonight. Hazy conditions will stick with us tonight and through the day tomorrow due to wildfires in Canada. Not as cool tonight with temperatures in the mid to upper 50s.

We’ll still see some haze through the day tomorrow with a few clouds. Temperatures will be seasonably warm, in the mid to upper 70s, with another dry day.

It’s been over two weeks since our last rainfall at the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport!

Rainfall will be sparse this week. A weak backdoor front moves in Tuesday morning. A sprinkle or isolated shower possible, but not likely.

Then this coming weekend, another shot at some moisture. Keeping an eye out.

No soakers in the forecast anytime soon! Next chance of rain (if the forecast holds) Saturday night into Sunday.

Here’s the latest 8-Day Forecast:

What is the early June humidity history?

High pressure ridge continues to drift west this weekend allowing weak fronts to pass across the Great Lakes keeping small chances of rain with little humidity and heat.

Long range temperature outlook first issued on May 22 for early June is still looking “cooler” with low humidity and little rainfall through the middle of the month

How do we come up with the precipitation percentages? Here is a general overview on the methodology we use in most instances: