Temperatures will surge across Northeast Ohio this week: What's Next forecast

Much like Clevelander’s choose “west-side” and “east-side”, Mother Nature will be trying to choose between “warm-side” and “cool-side” this week as a frontal boundary fluctuates over NE Ohio.

We witnessed that today as the warm-ups for the Indian’s Home Opener featured temps in the 70s with sunshine. By first pitch, we flipped to the other side of that frontal boundary and temps were in a free-fall into the 40s in a matter of hours. Cleveland weather in April…

That frontal boundary will bounce back to the north during the day Tuesday allowing warm, slightly humid air to move back into our area. Highs will likely impress as they surge into the mid and upper 70s with a mix of clouds and sun. Expect similar conditions on Wednesday.

By Thursday, an area of low pressure will move in from the west bringing an increase in clouds and a good shot at some rain and storms later in the day. Highs will still reach into the 70s ahead of the front.

By the weekend, a series of storm systems will spiral through the Ohio Valley bringing periods of showers and dry weather in between. Highs will tone down just a few degrees into the 60s and 70s with lingering rain chances into early next week.

Get the forecast here: https://www.wkyc.com/article/weather/forecast/northeast-ohio-weather-forecast/95-99643b63-4b79-4d67-8d5f-7f54d07d30f0

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