CLEVELAND — There will be a few lingering snow showers across NE Ohio tonight. Otherwise, we will see mostly cloudy, breezy and cold conditions. Lows will drop into the low to mid 20s across the region.
We will see more clouds, but some sun will peek through as we begin the new week. Temperatures will struggle to warm much on Monday, as highs will be around the freezing mark. We then will see temperatures bump up into the upper 30s for Tuesday and Wednesday. An isolated shower will be possible on Wednesday, otherwise, it will be a dry start to the week.
We are still monitoring a POTENTIAL WINTER STORM for late next week which will likely usher in bitter cold temperatures for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. Shovelable snow is also possible by Thursday and Friday, setting the table for a White Christmas Day. REMEMBER: This potential storm is still several days out. Don't believe everything you see on the internet about snowfall totals. It is still WAY TOO EARLY for exact numbers. A lot will change between now and then. Trust the News5 Weather Team with your Holiday Travel Plans. Stay connected with us for the latest, accurate information as the Holidays approach!
What To Expect:
- Quiet start to the week
- Much Colder late next week!
- Potential for SNOW in time for Christmas!
Monday: Mostly Cloudy. Cold. | High: 32º
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy. Blustery. Seasonal. | High: 38º
Wednesday: Cloudy skies. Isolated rain. Blustery. | High: 37º
Thursday: Rain to Snow Showers. Cloudy. | High: 40º
Friday: Snow. Accumulations possible! Falling Temps. Windy. Cold. | High: 20º
Christmas Eve: Mostly cloudy. Lake effect snow possible. Very Cold. | High: 17º
Christmas Day: Cloud/sun mix. Cold. | High: 23º
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