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CLEVELAND (WJW) — After a breezy day, winds die down Sunday night as temperatures slip into the upper 40s. A chilly night on hand, so you may want to shut the windows!

Another day in the 70s Monday, but better than Sunday because winds will calm down slightly.

It’s been over two weeks since our last rainfall at the Cleveland Hopkins International Airport! The longest stretch of consecutive dry days was Sept. 30, 1963, to Oct. 26, 1963 (27 days).

It’s not just Ohio that is dry. Much of the Midwest is running an almost 2-inch to 3-inch rainfall deficit over the last 30 days.

In the week ahead, the 70s replace the 80s! Temperatures will be rather comfortable. Open your windows and let the fresh air flow, but keep watering.

There are no soakers in the forecast anytime soon! The next chance of rain, if the forecast holds, is Saturday night into Sunday.

Here’s the latest 8-Day Forecast:

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