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CLEVELAND (WJW) — The strong winds have moved out and will continue to decrease through the night, but still breezy making it feel like the teens through morning for some.

Clouds begin to clear, leaving us with a cold night ahead. Temps in the low to mid 20s.

Sunshine takes over Sunday, but it stays on the cool side, we don’t make it out of the 30s.

Next shot of rain comes Monday evening with an unsettled week ahead. By the end of the week we could see a wintry mix.

Here’s the latest 8-Day Forecast:

Long range outlook (FIRST ISSUED ON NOV. 21) shows temperatures near average through the first week of December. Cold air will be brief. Snow chances are small. That looks to change the second week of December: Colder with snow chances climbing.