FORECAST: Windy & sharply colder later today with lake effect snow bands

CLEVELAND - Power of 5 Meteorologist JD Rudd says to plan for more snow on Wednesday as another system rolls into Ohio.

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FORECAST HEADLINES:

  • System snow moves out this morning, lake effect bands will persist
  • Much colder air arrives with bitter wind chills
  • Another snow system arrives Wednesday afternoon
  • A warming trend arrives next week


FORECAST: 

Today: Cloudy with lake effect snow bands off and on through the day. Windy and turning sharply colder. 3PM High: 25° Wind: NW 15-25 mph SINGLE DIGIT WIND CHILLS

Tonight: Any snow ends, breezy and very cold. Low: 15° Wind: Variable 10-20 mph

Wednesday: Cloudy and cold. Light snow likely by the afternoon, turning heavier in the evening. Widespread 2-4" of snow is possible. High: 25° Wind: S/E 5-15 mph

Thursday: Morning lake effect snow, otherwise cloudy and cold. Low: 18° High: 26° Wind: W 5-15 mph

Friday: Cloudy and cold once again. Light snow possible in the evening. Low: 12° High: 30° Wind: NW 5-15 mph


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