CLEVELAND (WJW) — Following rain, expect a quiet night with skies mainly clear and temperatures slipping to the low 60s.

Monday, you’re heading to and from work with mostly to partly sunny skies, another warm day in the mid 80s.

Slightly warmer Monday. Mostly sunny with temperatures topping the mid 80s in the afternoon.

We’re monitoring the radar closely tomorrow, tracking a long duration complex of thunderstorms (MCS) developing in Wisconsin. Right now the timing brings it to our area after 5 p.m.

Strong and even severe storms are a possibility late Monday. We are under a “slight” risk for severe weather. Meaning a 2 on a scale of 5. Strong winds and heavy rain expected as it moves through fast. Stay updated with the latest as this event unfolds.

The heat wave that’s in the works brings along higher humidity. The hottest day of the week looks to be Wednesday. POOL DAY ALERT! We could see the heat index around 100° – the first of the year if it happens. Stay tuned.

Here is the latest Fox 8 Day Forecast: