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A weak cold front will cross the area today. Another area of high pressure will build across the area for Thursday bringing sunny skies and cooler temperatures.
A disturbance over the mid Atlantic area provided just enough high cloudiness overnight to prevent temperatures from falling to much. Most areas stayed several degrees above freezing overnight. A few isolated spots dipped into the lower 30’s. Temperatures will rebound quickly this morning as the high cloud deck drifts off to the east, leaving mostly sunny skies in its wake. Highs this afternoon will reach the mid to upper 60’s.
A weak cold front will drop southward through the Great Lakes and across our area later today. The atmosphere is so dry, it will be difficult for any shower activity to develop. Still, there is a slight chance for a shower or thunderstorm late today across northeastern Ohio, but anything that would develop would be isolated and brief.
Skies will clear tonight as another high pressure system builds in to the region. Temperatures will drop to around freezing across the area with patchy frost a possibility.
Thursday will be quite nice with lots of sunshine. It will be a bit cooler than today with high temperatures making only to the upper 50’s.
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