Rain-free, clear weather will continue in the Cleveland, Ohio, area through Saturday.
While a storm will spread clouds and rain northward along the mid-Atlantic coast this week, it is likely rain will not make the westward trip beyond the Appalachians.
There is a chance of early morning fog along the rivers to the south, but other than that no travel problems are expected across Ohio.
With the aid of sunshine, temperatures will average above normal each day through Sunday with highs forecast to be in the 70s. Normal high temperatures are in the low to middle 60s.
The next chance of rain for Cleveland is on Sunday, as a weakening front drifts in from the west. Sunday could bring a shower or thunderstorm during the afternoon hours for the game between the Browns and the Lions at FirstEnergy Stadium.
As the Northeast further dries out amid another rain-free weekend, residents may be wondering if this is a sign of things to come for July.
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Tupelo, MS (1991)
Flooding downpours: 1.25" or rain in 15 minutes; water reached the level of car windows in the street.
Holden Beach, NC (1994)
76 mph wind gust in a thunderstorm.
Lancaster, PA (2000)
5.67" of rain in 4 hours.