CLEVELAND — Cold, Arctic Air is here and will linger through the weekend. It was brutally cold Saturday morning with sub-zero temperatures across many locations in NE Ohio. It will not be *as* cold for Saturday night/Sunday morning because there will be more clouds in the sky. Not to mention more snow...
Yes! More snow is on the way. Plan on another clipper late Saturday night and Sunday morning with widespread snow showers expected. Many areas will received 1-3'' of snow, but higher totals are possible along and south of U.S. 30 and in the snowbelt. This is where a winter weather advisory has been issued for Sunday morning into Sunday evening.
Another fast moving Clipper storm arrives Monday night into Tuesday with anther 1-3" of snow possible area-wide. Monday will be the warmest day with highs in the 30s. But by Wednesday, another blast of arctic air keeps those temps stuck in the middle teens! Welcome to the heart of Winter!
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- Mostly cloudy with a isolated evening flakes
- Widespread & accumulating snow on Sunday
- Coldest air so far this season late week
- More snow chances ahead
Saturday Night: Mostly cloudy. Still cold. Few PM flakes. Snow increases overnight.| Low: 21º
Sunday: AM widespread snow. PM Lake effect| High: 21º
Monday: Another clipper & more snow.| High: 33º
Tuesday: Light AM snow.| High: 24º
Wednesday: Coldest air this season.| High: 15º
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