Cooler air and stormy weather will hover over Cleveland for the last week of July.
By late in the week, temperatures will rise a few degrees, reaching the mid-70s by the weekend.
Overnight lows each night will consistently hover around the 60 F mark.
Afternoon thunderstorms will be the trend for both Thursday, Friday and Saturday afternoons. Storms and rain could linger into Thursday and Friday evenings.
There is a chance some pop up thunderstorms could be an impact for the last game between the Indians and Mariners on Thursday.
Temperatures for the first weekend of August will be in the upper 70s. Storms could persist throughout the weekend, though Sunday has a lower risk.
The start of next week should be sunny and warm with temperatures near the 80 F mark.
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