Brief Warmup Followed by More Wintry Weather

By Kristen Rodman, Staff Writer
November 16, 2013; 3:09 AM ET
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Although temperatures will spike this weekend, the warmth will not last in Cleveland.

Temperatures began to warm on Wednesday and will continue to trend warmer through Monday.

Saturday will consist of times of clouds and sun with gusty winds developing in the afternoon.

The high temperature on the warmest day of the weekend, Sunday, will near the city's record of 72 degrees, set in 1954.

However, winds will pick up in the city on Sunday as some winds may gust up to 41 mph. These winds have the potential to be locally damaging. Rain will accompany the wind during the evening hours.

Despite the unseasonable temperature on Sunday, temperatures on Monday will return to the mid-50s. Breezy winds and a few showers will loom over the city.

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More wintry weather will slam the city on Tuesday, as temperatures drop nearly 20 degrees. A cold shot will drop temperatures down to 34 degrees, and even snow showers are possible.

Along with the cold air, wind will return to the city making it feel even colder. Wind will come from the north-northwest and gusts could reach up to 32 mph, potentially bringing damage to the city.


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