Jim Caldwell's Forecast | Warm temps settle in for a few days

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High pressure leading to another dry sunny day in Northeast Ohio

Lows will drop back into the 30s and low 40s by Tuesday night with a few snowflakes still possible the TN/NC line. High pressure will be the dominant weather feature in New England both Saturday and Sunday.

An area of high pressure then starts to build over the Western U.S. This will send a dry, northwesterly flow into New Mexico with warmer than average temperatures returning to the region to begin next week. The forecast calls for a high of around 75 degrees in most of the state and temperatures in the upper 60s in the Cape May area.

Just when you thought this dry weather stretch couldn't last any longer, the weekend in Northeast Ohio is going to top it off with sunny skies throughout. There's plenty of sunshine too! Afternoon highs reach the lower 70s for most. Therefore, we don't expect any showers. The air will be unseasonably mild and very dry. A warm southerly breeze will aid to our warmer temperatures as well. Instead we will see highs in the upper 70s this afternoon, a good 20 degrees above average.

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Temperatures Saturday will again be challenged the 80s. Thunderstorms are expected ahead of the cold front Saturday night.

A much stronger and more impactful cold front will finally be allowed to approach from the west by late Monday into Tuesday.

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