One-day difference: Cleveland swings from 16 degrees Friday to mid-40s Saturday

CLEVELAND, Ohio - We're on another roller coaster ride of weather in Cleveland this weekend. Thursday night, a strong cold front dipped temperatures through Friday to a low of 16 degrees. One day later, today's high is expected to reach in the low to mid...

One-day difference: Cleveland swings from 16 degrees Friday to mid-40s Saturday

CLEVELAND, Ohio - We're on another roller coaster ride of weather in Cleveland this weekend.

Thursday night, a strong cold front dipped temperatures through Friday to a low of 16 degrees. One day later, today's high is expected to reach in the low to mid 40s because of both a warm front and southerly flow.

As warm as this may sound, this still doesn't come close to the record of 73 degrees set back in 1932.

Warm up ahead for Saturday, Sunday, cool down by Monday: Northeast Ohio weather forecast Feb. 10-13

Ohio is so flat, anytime there is strong southerly flow, this can drag in warm, moist air all the way from the Gulf of Mexico. This southern air is being exacerbated by the incoming warm front.

Cleveland had snow this week, thanks to a blast of Arctic air and a low pressure system. Today, with warm weather and rain in the forecast, the scene switched from winter white to sodden brown.

This is actually a continuing pattern, as Cleveland has seen many extreme temperature fluctuations this winter:

Cleveland's had crazy temperature swings this winter: Why?

Keep checking cleveland.com/weather for daily weather updates for Northeast Ohio, and don't forget to submit any weather questions you may have!

Kelly Reardon is cleveland.com's meteorologist. Please follow me on Facebook and Twitter @kreardon0818.

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