Here are links to the NWS hourly graphical info I like, set to Richfield, OH, but like all forecasts it's more accurate as the time nears. The graph has toggles for solid/dash&dot lines and for color/B&W shown in brackets at the upper right of the chart. Changing to dash&dot puts different shaped data points on the chart with differently dashed lines for each data line, so that's a bit easier to read if you can't distinguish colors, but it's still not as easy to read as color. The chart shows two days at a time, and you can jump forward and back two days at a time with the controls at the right just above the graphs. You can also check/uncheck the data you do or don't want to see in the charts.

solid lines

different dots and dashes

As of now, NWS says it will be clearing through the weekend from 75% down to 15% sky cover, highs in the mid/high 50's. 25% chance of rain Sat morning, then decreasing to below 14% chance of precip, down to 5%.