More clouds will move into Cleveland to wrap up the week along with lower temperatures.
“With the increase in clouds, it will knock temperatures back a little bit,” AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Erik Pindrock said.
On Saturday temperatures will drop about 5 to 8 degrees F below average as cold air moves in from the North.
After a brief cool down, temperatures will rebound slightly on Easter Sunday as some warmer air moves in from the South, he said.
“It will be noticeably warmer with temperatures reaching the mid-60s,” he said.
Temperatures will continue to creep upward into the early workweek.
By Monday, the city will see temperatures rise to the 70 degree mark.
“Clouds will move in late in the day,” Pindrock said.
Late into Monday evening, there will be a chance of showers and thunderstorms as a cold front moves out of the area.
By Tuesday, temperatures will slide back into the upper 50s with a few showers in the forecast.
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