Temperatures will remain above normal in Cleveland for late week, milder weather for residents and visitors in the city through Saturday.
After reaching 72 degrees on Thursday, highs on Friday will only reach the upper 50s with sunshine returning by the afternoon.
Mild weather will remain through Saturday with with highs reaching the upper 60s. Saturday night, however, may feature some rain showers across the region.
Although Sunday is expected to be the warmest day of the weekend with temperatures approaching the 70 F mark, mostly cloudy skies and consistent showers will make for a damp day around the city.
Rain will dampen Cleveland through Tuesday, as temperatures drop back into the upper 40s and 50s by the start of next week.
By midweek, temperatures will again begin to spike up into the 50s, as sunshine returns to the city.
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