Cleveland: Stormy for Mother's Day Weekend

By Kristen Rodman, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
May 10, 2014; 4:19 AM ET
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Clouds, rain and thunderstorms will plague the Cleveland area for the end of week but some sun may be possible for Mother's Day.

Although storms will subside for the start of the weekend, Saturday, mainly cloudy skies and rain will dampen early Mother's Day activities and celebrations.

Some sun is in the forecast for Mother's Day on Sunday along with warm air, but thunderstorms are possible during the afternoon hours. Rain and clouds will return for the evening hours.

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A brief break from stormy weather will come on Monday with highs in the 80s and sunny skies during the afternoon hours. However, variable clouds, thunderstorms and rain return to the city Monday night.

Thunderstorms will continue in Cleveland through the day on Wednesday.

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