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CLEVELAND (WJW) – Sunday will be calm, cooler and pleasant with highs in the low 70s.

The humidity will gradually drop and provide a comfortable and dry day for your outdoor activities.

Our next front arrives Tuesday night into Wednesday, just as our temps try to rebound to normal.

A fall feel as we wrap up the month of August with lows in the mid to upper 50s.

Here’s a look at confirmed tornadoes from last Thursday and Friday.
Here’s your 8 day forecast.

Long range outlook:

Here are the summer temperatures vs normal across the US and Canada. Notice how the “cooler” areas have been mainly in the upper mid-west, portions of the Great Lakes and the Ohio Valley. This summer, temperatures in northern Ohio have been running slightly below average. Last time we had a summer like this was in 2015.

The number of days under 80 degrees are higher than in recent years but more inline with the late 1990s and early 2000s. Here are the totals for the last 30 summers through August 20th. (assuming 4 more–see 8 day forecast)

90 degree days last few years through August 8: