(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS61 KCLE 240553) A couple of residual showers remain in the area as a surface low pull northeast of the area but not expecting too much in the way of new development with the loss of heating overnight. Main concerns overnight, aside from a stray shower hitting a terminal, are lower ceilings moving in and out of the area. Across the board, the broken/overcast cloud deck is around 7000-8000 feet but some lower stratus is developing and moving around the area. Most of this should be over 3000 feet for VFR conditions but can see some MVFR at KMFD, KCAK, and KYNG where it rained on Saturday night. KERI will have the most significant impacts today though with a convergence zone setting up over the area. The stratus has settled to MVFR levels at KERI and do not see anything that will lift the ceilings anytime soon until perhaps early tomorrow morning with northeasterly winds from the lake. Rain chances for today are slim across the board, although areas furthest east will have the best shot at precipitation this afternoon. Put in a vicinity mention in the KYNG and KERI TAFs but any convection will be widely scattered and not as impactful as the super soakers the past couple days. With the low departing a region, a residual surface trough will move through the area and winds will shift around from the west to the northwest and even eventually to the northeast in the terminals near the lakeshore, all as the trough passes through the area. OUTLOOK...Non-VFR conditions possible from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday night in showers and thunderstorms.