After a cool, windy start, warmer air will arrive in the Cleveland area for the end of the week.
The week began with high temperatures reaching into the high 50s accompanied by passing showers.
Despite a gradual increase in temperatures, jackets will be needed for the most of the Cleveland Indians' home stand through Thursday against the Minnesota Twins.
A significant increase in temperature will occur on Wednesday with a chance of thunderstorms and a high around 70 F.
Cleveland may reach 80 F on Thursday with a mix of clouds and sun. Another chance of thunderstorms is possible on Friday with a high in the low 70s.
The withering grip of prolonged drought, draining the Southwest of life and agricultural prosperity, continues to worsen.
Chicago is facing more rounds of thunderstorms over the next several days after heavy rains flooded local neighborhoods and caused travel delays.
In typical Bay Area fashion, morning clouds will break and make way for sunny skies in the afternoons as temperatures will hit typical averages for this time of year.
Temperatures will be on the rise as humidity grips the Cleveland area over the next several days.
As temperatures rise through the weekend in the South, so will the risk for heat-related dangers.
The earth’s crust is slowly rising because groundwater, which kept it weighed down, has disappeared.
Boston, MA (1851)
Track of tornado - Waltham, Belmont, Arlington (see other 1843 stories around this time). Apparently caused by excessively humid S or SW flow at western edge of a Bermuda high.
Woodland, WI (1857)
42 miles west of Milwaukee at night - "Every building save one blown down; freight cars blown off the track."
San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico (1906)
103 degrees, hottest ever in Puerto Rico.