Significant Temperature Drop to Hit Cleveland

By Jillian MacMath, Staff Writer
November 08, 2013; 8:40 AM
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After midweek highs in the mid-60s, the end of the week will bring a stark contrast to Cleveland.

Despite the rain, temperatures pushed into the mid-60s on Wednesday afternoon.

Thursday's temperatures dropped nearly twenty degrees as the day's high was just 45 degrees. Friday will also feel significantly cooler with high temperatures similar to Thursday.

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Though it will be cold, skies will clear on both days.

The weekend will rebound slightly as sunny skies yield an afternoon with temperatures in the upper 40s to the mid-50s.

Those looking to get outside should do so this weekend, as precipitation is forecast at times throughout next week.


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