Cleveland: Bitter Air to Return in Full Force Through Midweek

By Kristen Rodman, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
March 26, 2014; 2:49 AM ET
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Despite the season, wintry weather will return to Cleveland through midweek.

Overnight Tuesday, temperatures made a run for the 2001 record low temperature at 14 F, hitting 18 F.

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Wednesday's temperatures will fall even more, plummeting into the mid-20s.

Anyone outdoors during the evening and overnight hours Wednesday should wear the proper layers, as cold-related illnesses are possible.

However, temperatures will make a comeback after midweek, providing relief to residents and visitors in Cleveland.

Through the end of the week, temperatures will remain within a few degrees of 50 F. Despite the possibility of showers on Friday, partial sunshine will grace the city both weekend days.

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