FORECAST: Frosty Weather Returns with the Chance for Flakes!

Posted at 5:36 AM, Apr 26, 2022

CLEVELAND — We have switched from feeling like summer back to winter so prepare for the chill and frost threat!

FROST ADVISORY is in effect from Midnight - 9AM Wednesday that includes Huron, Lorain, Medina, Richland, Ashland, Wayne, Holmes, Coshocton, Stark, Tuscarawas & Carroll counties. Protect any sensitive plants since growing season has started!

Temperatures will be very cold and rain is expected to change over to snow tonight and into Wednesday. Snow is most likely in our primary and secondary snow belts, mainly northern and eastern communities. Accumulation looks to be less than 1-2'' for most with isolated higher amounts. Meantime, it will be getting clearer in our western communities tonight. This mean frost is possible! A frost advisory has been issued for Wednesday morning but widespread frost is likely coming for everyone Wednesday and Thursday night.

It will stay chilly until the end of the work week. Stay warm! Temperatures do rebound back to the 60s this weekend!


  • Much colder tonight and Wednesday
  • Temps fall into the lower and middle 30s
  • Scattered rain changing to snow tonight
  • Frost Advisory early Wednesday AM
  • Isolated Snow Lingers on Wednesday
  • Milder Weekend with some rain


Tuesday Night: Scattered rain showers mixing/changing to snow. Accumulations confined to higher elevation snow belt communities. | Low: 35º

Wednesday: Light rain/snow mix possible. Even colder. | High: 39º

Thursday: Sunny skies & chilly. | High: 47º

Friday: Cloud/sun mix. Milder. | High: 55º

Saturday: Increasing clouds. Isolated showers late. | High: 60º

Sunday: AM showers. Isolated PM drops. Mild. | High: 67º

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