CLEVELAND — Out latest Alberta Clipper has moved east dragging a cold front thru Northern Ohio along with it. Colder air, plus winds out of the west northwest could stir up a few lake effect snow showers overnight. Accumulations would be an inch or 2 max with any isolated snow bands coming in off the lake tonight. Lows will drop into the teens.
A few lake effect snow showers will linger on Tuesday. Again, I expect an inch or two max in those. Skies will clear out a bit as well with highs in the lower 20s.
Winter cold will visit the area all this week. Wednesday will be the coldest day of the week with highs only in the teens. Overnight lows Wednesday and Thursday mornings will drop below zero in many spots away from the lake.
Another clipper Friday brings more snow and another blast of cold air for the weekend. Keep the layers and give yourself PLENTY of time to get from point A to B. Roads will have ice on them and temps will stay frigid most of the week.
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- Lake effect snow tonight
- Lows tonight will drop into the teens
- Some sun on Tuesday
- Another clipper late week
- Another cold blast after that!
Monday Night: Cloudy. Scattered lake effect snow. | Low: 15º
Tuesday: Brutal cold with lake effect snow east.| High: 21º
Wednesday: Even colder with isolated am lake effect snow.| High: 17º
Thursday: Brief jump in temps before more snow late. | High: 27º
Friday: Another clipper bringing snow. | High: 25º
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