FORECAST: Chilly Easter Sunday

Posted at 8:26 AM, Apr 17, 2022

CLEVELAND — Hope everyone had a happy Easter and was able to stay warm! We don't warm up as we kick off the work week but we are bringing in some snow.

Starting tomorrow around noon our next weather maker will be moving in. Latest model runs have been bringing our temperatures down a few degrees which leads us to believe snow is going to be more of an issue than the rain. As our team has discussed this, the confidence in a several inch forecast is low.. but the chance is certainly there. For this kind of system that will be causing major impacts for the evening commute tomorrow, it's better to be overly cautious with this. Temperatures are going to wind up anywhere from 35-40 degrees when this system moves in. Closer to 40 you are, most of the snow melts on contact and roads are going to be wet/possibly slushy. If you hover in the low to mid 30s, your chance of seeing 2-4 inches of accumulating snow is much better.

Good news is, this won't stick around long. By Wednesday temps are back in the 50s and the reward for going through this in mid April is a mid 70s day on Saturday.

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  • A Chilly Easter Weekend with highs in the 40s
  • A few snowflakes Easter morning to NE
  • Ample sunshine Easter afternoon
  • More wintry weather ahead
  • Wet accumulation possible
  • Warming soon!


Tonight: Cold. Partly cloudy. Windy at times. | High: 40º

Monday: Rain and snow likely with wet accumulation possible. | High: 40º

Tuesday: Snow & rain lingers. Minor accumulation. | High: 44º

Wednesday: Briefly dry. Milder. Night rain. | High: 53º

Thursday: Even warmer with more rain. | High: 65º

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