CLEVELAND (WJW) — A warm muggy evening on hand. Temperatures overnight warm, low 70s east and mid 70s further west. Skies should be mainly dry with an isolated pop up shower possible.
Afternoon pop-up showers and storms possible during the peak heat hours again tomorrow. Not everyone will receive rain but some cells could put down some heavy rainfall. Sunday will be even warmer with highs around 90° along with near 100° heat indices. Stay cool!
Looking ahead, widespread showers and storms along a slow moving cold front Monday into Tuesday. That’s our best chance of rain in the week ahead.
So far, we have experienced 90°F or higher 12 days this year. Normal for the whole year is 13 (last 20 years).
Then relief, temperatures cool off by about 10 degrees starting Tuesday. Enjoy!
Here’s the latest 8-day forecast: