CLEVELAND — A few sprinkles and flurries are possible overnight with a very light coating of snow on your car wind shield by sunrise. Skies will stay cloudy with temperatures cooling off into the upper 20s by dawn.
For Friday, expect a few light snow showers or flurries sliding in off of the lake. Once again, accumulations should be very light (if any). Friday highs will slowly fall thru the 20s during the day.
Saturday stays very cold with high temperatures struggling into the lower and middle 20s. Wind chills will hang in the teens and single digits at times. Skies will be mostly cloudy.
Our big focus for the extended period is Sunday night & Monday. A developing winter storm will slide south our of the Plains Sates into the Tennessee Valley by Saturday night. The storm is then expected to curve east and then Northeast on Sunday into Central or Eastern Pennsylvania by early Monday. Right now, its too soon for specifics (despite what you are hearing on the internet!) The storm's track is still uncertain. We could see enough snow to shovel...or...none at all. The bottom line: We will keep you posted!
Stick with the Power of 5 Weather Team and stay up to date with the latest weather.
- Flurries/sprinkles tonight
- Lows in the 20s
- Colder Friday, temps in the 20s all day
- Another arctic blast Saturday
- Tracking snow potential for Sunday night and Monday
Thursday Night: Cloudy and cool with isolated light snow/rain mix | Low: 28º
Friday: Much colder with light snow possible | High: 29º
Saturday: Cloudy, blustery and very cold | High: 21º
Sunday: Cloud/sun mix helping temps rebound a bit | High: 34º
MLK Monday: Watching for potential snow storm.| High: 30º
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