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Warm, humid conditions expected for Monday

Warm, humid conditions expected for Monday

The muggy air increases even more on Monday with high humidity levels once again.

Experts say that the greatest risk of severe storms will be in central IL. Storms will move out Tuesday morning, and Tuesday afternoon will clear up.

A year after a summer storm flooded roads, collapsed roofs on the North Shore, derailed a train, and stranded cars throughout Greater Boston, the weekend's pleasant weather is expected to extend into the workweek.

Highs Tuesday will top out around 80 with a slight chance of additional showers and storms continuing into the evening.

A Severe Weather Alert Day has been issued due to strong to severe storms likely throughout the mountains Tuesday.

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The National Weather Service isn't likely to post any weather watches until after the morning round of storms. "So how much clouds and rain do we get with that and how much sunshine is able to break through to generate heating during the midday and afternoon hours", Mazza said.

Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather App to track any rain that does form.

There's a chance for more showers through around 8 a.m. Wednesday.

By Wednesday and Thursday highs will stay in the upper 70s in Cleveland and overnight temps will dip to the lower 60s.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with leftover AM showers, then clearing skies.