CLEVELAND — Our thunderstorm threat has moved out of the area. Gusty winds above 40 mph are still possible tonight as colder air rushes in behind the cold front. Scattered rain showers are likely and could mix with some wet snow after midnight. Temperatures will fall into the middle 30s by sunrise.
Find that warm coat again! Colder air wraps in behind the low for Friday. A few scattered snow showers are possible across the area with accumulations of up to an inch through Friday. A few spots in the snow belt east of Cleveland could see 2 inches through Friday. Friday stays windy with gusts above 30 mph at times.
A few light snow showers will continue east of Cleveland into Saturday morning. Otherwise, Saturday looks quiet with some cold sunshine. Temperatures stay seasonably cool with highs in the 30s.
Another storm system approaches from the south on Sunday. We are still working on the details right now. It could be a couple of inches of snow Sunday or a rain/snow mix with minimal snow totals into Monday. Stay tuned.
What To Expect:
- Scattered showers tonight
- Rain could mix with wet snow after midnight
- Lows in the middle 30s by sunrise
- Light snow possible Friday
- More rain and/or snow for Sunday
Thursday Night: Scattered rain mixing with wet snow. Windy & colder.| Low: 34º
Friday: Blustery with a few snow showers.| High: 35º
Saturday: Mostly cloudy. Seasonal. | High: 35º
Sunday: Rain or wet snow. Need to watch. |High: 36º
Monday: Lingering lake effect snow showers.| High: 35º
Tuesday: Dry early; wintry mix late. | High: 37º
Wednesday: Rain or wet snow. | High: 36º
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