Despite some colder weather through midweek in Cleveland, the city will experience another warmup late in the week.
After temperatures neared freezing and a bit of snow on Tuesday, temperatures began to rise on Wednesday.
A drastic jump in temperature will occur on Thursday with temperatures spiking up to 60 F, accompanied by partial sunshine.
The weather will remain mild through Friday, when the Cleveland Indians will return to Progressive Field for a three-game series against the Toronto Blue Jays.
Despite warming weather, overnight temperatures for the entirety of the week will hover near the freezing mark. Those outdoors during the late-evening hours should dress properly.
For the weekend, the weather will cool a bit with temperatures dropping into the low 50s for Saturday. Temperatures are forecast to rebound nicely though for Sunday, reaching the middle 60s.
The city's next chance of some rain showers will come on Monday.
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Heavy snow and blizzard conditions will continue to snarl travel and disrupt daily routines across the midwestern United States through Monday.
With rain set to dramatically lessen before reaching Southern California later this week, the threat of additional mudslides will remain low.
The first round of severe weather in 2018 for the south-central United States will continue from eastern Texas to southern Missouri into early Monday morning.
At least five people were killed when an avalanche struck a group of Turkish soldiers conducting military operations in southeastern Turkey on Sunday.
A storm will track and strengthen from the Rockies to the Upper Midwest of the United States and produce a swath of heavy snow and gusty winds on its northwestern flank.
The same storm spreading travel-disrupting snow across the central United States will prevent the January thaw from lasting past midweek in the midwestern and northeastern United States.
On the heels of damaging windstorm Friederike, another winter storm will target Germany into early this week and further disrupt travel and cleanup operations.