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
http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick...Type=graphical

different dots and dashes
http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick...graphical&dd=1

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%.

Lee