CLEVELAND, Ohio – Brace yourself, in northeast Ohio the scorching heat is quickly returning.
Temperatures are expected to climb into the 90s in Cleveland and Akron and won’t cool much, even with midweek storms, according to forecasts from the National Weather Service.
Cleveland should expect plenty of sunshine on Tuesday, with highs of 91 degrees and lows of 77. Akron will be two degrees warmer during the day with lows of 73 overnight.
Wednesday will start just as warm with highs of 88 degrees in Cleveland and 93 in Akron before a chance of showers and sudden thunderstorms starting around 2 p.m. and lingering until 8 p.m. Skies are expected to be clear overnight, with temperatures falling in the middle. 60s.
Temperatures will dip slightly into the 80s on Thursday with sunny and mostly clear skies. Cleveland will hit 80 degrees with a low of 64, while Akron will hit 84 degrees and drop to 59 overnight.
Similar conditions are expected on Friday, ahead of a hot weekend. Temperatures will begin to rise again in Cleveland, for a high of 85 degrees and a low of 68. Akron is expected to hit 90 degrees again on Friday, with a low of 65.
The weekend is forecast to be mostly sunny and warm, with highs rising into the 90s and possible rain showers.
Tuesday sunrise: 5:53
Sunset: 9:04 p.m.