Frigid air will affect Cleveland through Tuesday.
It will be dangerously cold with Monday's high reaching 15 degrees but then precipitously dropping to 5 below zero. Residents need to take precautions to either limit outdoor activities or properly dress to avoid hypothermia and frostbite.
Monday's low temperature will shatter the record low for the day with 13 below zero. The record of 7 below zero was set in 1884.
The arctic wave will continue into Tuesday with a high of only 2 degrees and a low of 1.
It will be not as cold, starting Wednesday. It could reach 40 degrees by Friday.
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A cold and blustery weekend is ahead across the United Kingdom as some areas can expect to get wintry showers.
Following record warmth with light winds from this past week, temperatures are forecast to throttle back, but Santa Ana winds are likely to kick up on a couple of occasions during the last week of November.
Christmas tree-related fires are rare, but according to the National Fire Protection Association, they are much more likely to be deadly than most other fires.
A storm brought hazardous weather on Thursday, but improvement is expected for search and rescue efforts from Friday into this weekend.
Strong winds led to injuries in Manhattan this week after scaffolding went flying, while a tornado damaged hundreds of homes in Indonesia.
After a brief reprieve from the storm onslaught, a batch of rain, wind and snow will sweep through the Pacific Northwest and California late this weekend.
While several crucial matchups are scheduled for this weekend, including the game between the New Orleans Saints and Los Angeles Rams in Los Angeles, the weather should not interfere with many of the games.
A change in the weather pattern will result in downpours returning to Sri Lanka and parts of southern India as early as Saturday and continuing for much of next week.