An Autumnlike Weekend for Cleveland

By , Expert Senior Meteorologist
September 15, 2013; 4:42 AM ET
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The weather this weekend around Cleveland and northern Ohio will be bright, crisp and cool.

For ballgames, especially football, conditions will be ideal with low humidity, a clear sky and below-average temperatures. The nights will be chilly and definitely will require long sleeves, jackets and sweaters.

Highs will be a bit warmer on Sunday compared to Saturday, rising into the lower 70s.

Rain will stay away from the region the remainder of the weekend, and will avoid Baltimore, where the Browns will take on the Ravens Sunday afternoon.

The only potential travel problem will be the chance of patchy early morning fog along the rivers.

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Spotty showers could affect the area Sunday night as a cold front approaches from the northwest.


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