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CLEVELAND (WJW) – An EF1 tornado has been confirmed in Cleveland by the National Weather Service, click here for more details.

This afternoon, look for predominantly cloudy skies with some peeks or two of blue sky later in the afternoon/evening.

Temperatures will be seasonably warm and still muggy. Any shower or drizzle should dissipate by late afternoon.

The weather is looking great for Friday night football games.

Heavy rain and storms are moving out of the area. Rainfall amounts were incredible!

Almost the entire area was under a severe thunderstorm warning at some point between August 23 and early August 25. Also FOUR tornado warnings.

Why did these storms develop?

The historic derecho event of July 4-5, 1969 was similar.

Over the weekend, another weak front comes through on Saturday that will give us a mix of sun and clouds and a chance of a passing shower but most stay dry. More sunshine on Sunday and gradually lower humidity will provide a comfortable and dry weekend for your outdoor activities.

Here’s the latest 8-Day Forecast:

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