WEBVTT LOCALLY SOURCED BATCHES OF ICECREAM.RYAN: THAT TASTES DELICIOUS ON ADAY LIKE TODAY.WHAT A NICE BREAK WE HAD FROMHUMIDITY.THAT WOULD BE MY TAKE AWAY.RAY: IT'S GOING TO GET RAMPEDBACK UP.WE ARE GOING TO BRING BACK ACOUPLE CHANCES FOR RAIN, BUTTHIS WEEK LOOKS BETTER THAN THELAST FEW WEEKS.THERE ARE A FEW SHOWERS ORTHUNDERSTORMS.YOU CAN SEE THOSE MOVING ON THEWEST SIDE OF CLEVELAND.JUST KNOW THAT THIS DISTURBANCEIS GOING TO SPIT SHOWERS OUR WAYLATE TONIGHT.LATE IN THE NIGHT, CLOUDS...
Sunday will be a picture-perfect summer day with mostly sunny skies, lower humidity and dry weather. Monday will start off dry for the morning commute but a cold front will bring rain showers across our area in the afternoon. A few showers could linger into the evening. With upper level ridging moving in we will get a stretch of dry days on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. The heat and humidity will increase mid-week. Temperatures will skyrocket into the upper 80's by Thursday.
WEBVTT >> EXCITED ABOUT TODAY'S FORECAST. FINALLY WE'LL GET A BREAK IN THE RAINFALL. A LIVE LOOK OUTSIDE.A BIT CLOUD FOLKS ARE EXCITED ABOUT THE WEATHER, WE ARE LOOKING AT LOWER HUMIDITY LEVELS.66 DEGREES IN THE CITY. DEW POINT AT 63.WE'LL SEE HUMIDITY LEVELS CONTINUE TO CREEP ON DOWN THANKS TO THAT NORTHWESTERLY WIND WILL BRING IN COOLER AND REFRESHING AIR. MOSTLY SUNNY IN THE MID 60S WE'LL BE WARMING UP INTO THE UPPER 70S.A LITTLE COOLER THAN WHERE WE SHOULD BE FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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