Storms will persist across Cleveland through midweek, but sunny skies, heat and humidity will return in time for the weekend.
Aside from high humidity Wednesday, thunderstorms will remain. With temperatures around the 75 F mark, showers and thunderstorms will alternate with times of clouds and sun throughout the afternoon on Wednesday.
However, storms should move out of the region by Wednesday night.
Highs will remain in the mid-70s on Thursday, before returning to the 80s in time for the weekend.
Partly sunny skies will return to the city on Friday and Saturday afternoon, but by Saturday night, rain storms will roll into the area.
The city's next chance for thunderstorms will come on Sunday.
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