CLEVELAND - A strong storm system in the middle part of the country brought a second day of temperatures in the 70s to northern Ohio on Sunday.

A strong southerly flow of mild air from the Gulf Coast streamed northward into the Buckeye State this afternoon as a warm front was just north of Lake Erie. While skies were mostly cloudy on Sunday, the temperatures were nearly 20 degrees above the normal high of 58 degrees.

Cleveland missed the record high of 83 by four degrees set in 1941.

Here is a list of high temperatures for Sunday at the major reporting stations across northern Ohio from the National Weather Service in Cleveland...

  • Cleveland Hopkins: 79 degrees
  • Burke Lakefront: 77 degrees
  • Lorain/Elyria: 81 degrees
  • Ashtabula: 80 degrees
  • Akron/Canton: 80 degrees
  • Wooster: 79 degrees
  • Mansfield: 77 degrees
  • Youngstown: 80 degrees
  • New Philadelphia: 82 degrees
  • Toledo: 76 degrees

Look for much cooler temperatures and the chance for snow by late Monday night into Tuesday. Get your latest forecast HERE:

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