Cleveland is a northern U.S. city that could be said to get all four weather seasons in their full glory. Winters can be harsh and have considerable snow, with temperatures often below freezing . Summers can be quite hot, and often very humid, with daily high temperatures usually between 75 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit, though occasional 90 degree (and higher) days are not uncommon. Spring and fall high temperatures may be anywhere from the 40s to the 60s. This site offers a look at average highs and lows per month, along with “record” highs and lows.
The highest temperature ever recorded in Cleveland was 104 degrees on June 25, 1988. The lowest temperature was -20 on January 19, 1994.
Cleveland ranks fairly low on rankings of sunny days per year.
The National Weather Service reports local weather based on conditions at Burke Lakefront Airport.