(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS61 KCLE 260808) VFR conditions expected during the early part of the period, however an upstream wave producing convection near KLAF will track through the area this morning. For the most part, expected the convection to be in a weakening state, so have opted for VCSH wording vs. VCTS, with confidence in thunder too low this morning. Another wave tracks across the region this afternoon/evening as a cold front tracks south into the area. This has a better chance to produce TSRA given daytime heating and the approaching surface forcing, however too uncertain at this point for pinning down the exact area, timing and coverage of any storms. Hope to have a better handle on TSRA potential at the terminals by the 12Z TAF issuance. Threat for TSRA/SHRA should end around or shortly after the 00Z-03Z timeframe. Westerly winds will persist into the afternoon, but will veer more northerly by this evening as the front moves through, but winds will be light at this point. OUTLOOK...Non-VFR possible for periods of time through Thursday, primarily centered around rounds of convection.