Cleveland, Ohio 2021-02-22 21:56:16 –
Cleveland (WJW) – It finally fell below freezing on Monday, breaking the two-week cold.
Next, a light round of the winter mix should move late tonight and gradually diminish by 10am tomorrow. If the temperature remains below freezing, little or no accumulation is expected. Temperatures on Tuesday reach the high 30s.
Strong winds up to 30 mph blow overnight and Tuesday.
Wednesday is the day to get the first 40 ° in more than a month. The last time I marked 40F was on January 21st, 42F. The temperature is highest in the mid-40s! There is a slight chance of a shower later in the day.
The maximum temperature is around 40 degrees from the late 30s. This is the average for this time of the week. The long-term outlook for this week and most of next week show little significant cold. The temperature remains close to normal. Temperatures can rise to the high 40s this weekend.
Here are our COLD stats …
The latest Fox8 day forecast is as follows:
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