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CLEVELAND (WJW) — Overnight, it’s cloudy with passing showers around, temps are warm and muggy, in the upper 60s.

Expect mostly cloudy with scattered rain and embedded thunderstorms for Sunday. The thunderstorms are mainly in the evening, which could put down some pretty heavy rain at times. Temperatures won’t be as warm because of the rain and storms.

The two day rainfall totals will help in chipping away at the rainfall deficit and abnormal dryness across northeast Ohio. Most places will get around an inch and some places closer to an inch and a half.

Skies are drying out by Tuesday with our next chance at rain Wednesday. Fast moving fronts from the NW over the next 10-14 days in between domes of heat will provide bouts of much needed rain to our area.

Heat builds back by midweek. We could get our 10th 90-degree day of the year next week. Stay tuned, pool days ahead!

Here’s the latest 8-day forecast: