Cleveland: Warmth, Humidity and Rain to Return This Week

By , AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist
June 24, 2014; 2:00 AM ET
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Warm and more humid conditions, along with the chance of thunderstorms, will increase this week around Cleveland.

Each day this week will feature moderate to high humidity levels and high temperatures ranging from the upper 70s to the middle 80s F. High temperatures during late June tend to average in the lower 80s.

The combination of warmth, humidity and several storms systems moving along will bring a daily risk of showers and thunderstorms.

Storms Tuesday have the potential to be rather heavy and could bring travel disruptions and perhaps localized flash flooding.

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Moving into midweek, Wednesday will see intervals of clouds and sun with a shower or thunderstorm possible during the day. Highs will approach 80 F.

The chance for showers and thunderstorms will continue into Thursday.

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