A Warmer Second Half of the Week for Cleveland

By , Expert Senior Meteorologist
September 18, 2013; 6:47 AM ET
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The latest push of Canadian air will moderate over Cleveland and northern Ohio during the second half of this week.

Temperatures will rebound into the 70s Wednesday and can reach the lower 80s Thursday and Friday.

There is the potential for fog developing early Wednesday morning. Commuters who drive in from central Ohio may want to allow some extra travel time as a result.

Temperatures are forecast to rebound to or above seasonable levels later in the week, ahead of another push of cool air later this coming weekend.

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Temperatures will be more appropriate for baseball as the Indians return home later this week. However, folks heading to the game Friday evening should expect some rain and there is the chance of a stray shower reaching the area during Thursday evening's game.

Jacket and sweater weather returns by Sunday.


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