Warm, humid conditions will prevail over northern Ohio through Labor Day. However, cooler temperatures with lower humidities will come calling for the remainder of the week.
High temperatures will be in the mid-70s most days with nighttime lows in the 60s.
While the extended holiday weekend started on a dry note, the weather is destined to turn more unsettled for Labor Day in Cleveland. It will still have its rain-free intervals, but the heaviest thunderstorms will drop blinding and potentially flooding downpours.
People spending time outdoors are urged to keep an eye out for rapidly changing weather conditions and to seek shelter as storms approach.
Folks heading home from their Labor Day or late-summer ventures could encounter delays at the airport and interstate highways Monday.
It will not be until a cool front swings through Monday evening that humidity levels will be shaved and the risk of showers and thunderstorms will diminish.
Flood-ravaged Texas and Oklahoma are in line for one more round of drenching showers and thunderstorms Friday and Saturday.
Daytime temperatures will fall into the upper 50s by Sunday before rebounding again on Monday.
Weekend temperatures will be more like the end of April than the end of May.
A push of cooler air will slash summerlike conditions across the Upper Midwest then in the Northeast beginning this weekend.
Summer-like warmth will continue through the rest of the week in the East, but there will still be a few thunderstorms around.
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Greensboro, NC (1961)
36 degrees, latest ever in 30s.
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In Leesburg, VA (suburb of Washington, DC) there was 2.20 inches of rain in 15 minutes.
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