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    Cleveland: Early Weekend Warmup to Follow Winter Weather

    March 13, 2014; 3:18 AM ET
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    After a visit from some wintry weather on Wednesday, temperatures will become more springlike for the early weekend.

    Temperatures have plummeted in the wake of the recent snowstorm which dumped over 8 inches of snow across parts of the region.

    Temperatures are forecast to top out in the mid-20s on Thursday before rebounding into the 50s to close out the week.

    Friday looks to be the warmest day for a few days as another shot of cold air moves in over the weekend, dropping temperatures back into the 20s before the end of the weekend.

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    The city will see a shower or two around Friday afternoon and into Friday night before drying out for the weekend.

    The cold will last through Monday before temperatures will rise again.

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