Cleveland, OH – Weather Roller Coaster: Cool Start Followed by Heat Wave


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Cleveland, OH – Northeast Ohio residents are experiencing a dramatic shift in weather this week. The National Weather Service (NWS) in Cleveland reports that temperatures will start unseasonably cool, reminiscent of fall. This cool spell is expected to be short-lived, with a significant warm-up predicted by the week’s end.

According to the NWS, high temperatures for today will hover in the 60s across the region, accompanied by lake-enhanced rain showers, particularly in Northeast Ohio and Northwest Pennsylvania. This cool trend is due to high pressure building overhead, which will remain in place through Thursday.

As the week progresses, temperatures are forecast to climb steadily. The 8-14 day outlook from the Climate Prediction Center shows a 60-70% chance of above-average temperatures for Northern Ohio and Northwest Pennsylvania from June 16-22, 2024. By the weekend, residents can expect highs in the upper 80s to low 90s, bringing a stark contrast to the early week’s chill.

The next chance for rain will not arrive until late Thursday and early Friday, providing a brief respite before the heat wave sets in. With high humidity levels accompanying the rising temperatures, Cleveland residents are advised to stay hydrated and take necessary precautions during outdoor activities. 


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