Milder weather is in store for Cleveland by Friday, but another incoming cold front could drop the temperature by a few degrees.
"Thursday is still with a mix of clouds and sun," AccuWeather Meteorologist Erik Pindrock said.
High temperatures will approach the mid-40s on Friday.
"It will be much milder," he said. "Cleveland should have plenty of sun, and it will be pretty nice by the end of the week.
By Saturday afternoon, cooler air will return to the region dropping temperatures back into the high 30s. A chance of rain or snow showers is possible.
This dip in temperature will only be temporary as they rebound again on Sunday, returning into the 40s.
Despite a great deal of clouds around for the start of next week, temperatures will hold in the 40s for Monday and Tuesday.
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