Temperatures will remain in the high 50s through the weekend with overnight lows sinking down into the low 40s.
In addition to cooler air, clouds and scattered showers will linger through the late weekend.
“Cool and unsettled weather will persist into the weekend,” AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Andy Mussoline said. A series of cool fronts will be responsible for a cool and unsettled weather, he said.
Showers over the weekend could put a damper on the last two games of the four-game series between the Cleveland Indians and the Chicago White Sox at Progressive Field. Fans headed to either the Saturday evening or the Sunday afternoon games should plan to bring a rain jacket or a poncho.
Monday will remain cool with periods of sun.
"Mainly dry but cool weather will be around early next week," Mussoline said. "There will be a slight chance for some rain to skirt the city on Monday as a weak storm will pass by just to the south."
While mostly cloudy skies are in store for the city on Monday evening, baseball fans headed to Progressive field on Monday for the game between the Cleveland Indians and the Minnesota Twins should bring a light rain jacket as some stray showers may bring a bit of rain to the game.
Highs both Monday and Tuesday should reach the lower 60s. By midweek, temperatures will begin to climb approaching 70 F.
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