Cleveland: Storms to Move in for Sunday

By Brian Lada, Meteorologist
July 13, 2014; 3:25 AM ET
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Unsettled weather will return to the Cleveland area to close out the weekend.

A low pressure system swinging in from the Great Lakes will be the driving force behind showers and thunderstorms, making those in Cleveland reach for their umbrellas and raincoats.

Some of the stronger thunderstorms may even bring damaging winds and hail to the area during the afternoon hours.

The threat of heavy thunderstorms will carry over into Monday with highs each day remaining in the lower 80s.

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A cooldown will come on Tuesday with highs in the 70s and a lingering shower.

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