A dramatic warmup is in store for the weekend in Cleveland after days of frigid conditions in the city.
Friday kicked off the weekend with temperatures around 50 degrees. However, despite the warmth, there was little sunshine as showers punctuated the day.
The warmest day of the week will arrive on Saturday as the temperature climbs into the mid-50s. While the day will feel mild, rain and fog will snarl plans to get outdoors.
Those who have to travel should be cautious as fog will lower visibility.
By Sunday, the wintry conditions will return as snow mixes with sleet and rain throughout the day.
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