Umbrellas Needed in Cleveland Through Thursday

By , Senior Meteorologist
October 17, 2013; 3:22 AM ET
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Rounds of showers will force residents of Cleveland to keep umbrellas handy through Thursday.

While a washout with flooding problems will not unfold, the showers will put a damper on outdoor activities and could lead to travel slowdowns.

The next round of showers will come on Thursday, mainly in the afternoon.

Umbrellas can be left at home on Friday as high pressure builds in and promotes a dry and partly sunny day.

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However, the dry weather may not last long as a cold front, accompanied by more showers, should push through this weekend. In the wake of the front, Sunday could become Cleveland's coolest day since late May.

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