One of the coldest pockets of cold ever recorded in late July will move overhead Sunday. Temperatures will come close to record lows in the morning, but the afternoon temperature will only get to the mid to upper 60s. The coldest high temperature ever recorded for July 28th is 69 degrees. That was set back in 1928. A few pop up showers and wind gusts to 30 mph will occur Sunday afternoon. There is also a moderate to high chance for waterspouts over Lake Erie. To put everything in perspective. July 28th will feel more like October 6th.