CLEVELAND (WJW) – Another comfortable day with below average highs. Temperatures will maintain this trend tonight as we drop into the mid upper 50s.

Stay clear and calm. Chance for a few patchy patches of fog, but it won’t be as bad as the last few nights.

A little warmer tomorrow. Humidity remains low as highs climb into the 80s. Fairly sunny and dry. Beautiful weather for our Friday night football matches. Clear and sweet with temps in the mid 70s.

If you head into the Browns’ home opener on Sunday, it’ll feel like summer. Look for partly to mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the 80s and a bit more muggy but tolerable. You may want to choose to wear the short-sleeved shirt and the shorts.

Other events are also taking place in our community this weekend. It will be a beautiful late summer weekend to spend outdoors.

Warm-up this weekend, back into the low 80s. Heat continues through early next week. Six straight days above 80 doesn’t happen often, the last time was in 2019.

Put away your umbrellas for now, the next chance of rain will come after sundown on Sunday and continue through Monday.

Up to half an inch possible for a large part of the area. A few thunderstorms possible, severe thunderstorms unlikely.

Temperatures between 5 and 10° above average approach the autumnal equinox on Thursday September 22. During the autumnal equinox, the sun shines directly on the equator and the northern and southern hemispheres receive the same amount of rays.

The temperatures will be MUCH COOLER next weekend!

Check your latest 8-day forecast above.