Despite a cooler start to the week, sunshine and mild weather will take hold of the city for Father's Day weekend.
After a cloudy day on Friday, skies will be clear and sunny to kickstart the weekend Saturday. However, temperatures will lower, dropping into the high 60s during the afternoon hours.
Stargazers will be in luck on Saturday night as overnight lows will hover in the high 40s, but skies will be clear.
The warmest day of the weekend will come on Sunday, as highs exceed the 80 F mark. For those looking to spend some quality time with dad outdoors, partly sunny skies and warm temperatures Sunday will make Father's Day the most ideal day to be outside.
Heading into next week, thunderstorms will roll into Cleveland on Monday accompanied by temperatures in the mid-80s.
The next chance for storms will come on Tuesday.
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