CLEVELAND, Ohio – The middle of former Hurricane Irma’s remnants have traveled north, bringing with them a river of moisture and instability, creating the right surroundings for scattered thunderstorms in Cleveland at the moment.
The menace is highest within the morning, earlier than eight a.m., diminishing as the times goes on because the low weakens. A couple of lingering showers might final as late on the afternoon, however by the late afternoon and night, rain possibilities dwindle to close zero. Not one of the storms are anticipated to turn into extreme, says the Storm Prediction Middle, lower than a half-inch will accumulate, and skies will stay principally cloudy all through.
All these clouds will forestall numerous daytime heating, retaining issues cool and constant within the afternoon with highs within the low 70s.
Take a look at the forecast:
Dawn: 7:06 a.m.
Sundown: 7:37 p.m.
Pollen degree: 2.four/12, low for ragweed, nettle and chenopods
Air high quality index: Good
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