CLEVELAND — A strong cold front has moved off to our east, allowing arctic air to spill into Northern Ohio. Temperatures will fall into the lower and middle 20s tonight. Winds have calmed a bit, but it will still be blustery tonight with gusts to near above 20 mph. Those wind chills in the teens will require you to grab a warm coat for that overnight outing. Scattered lake effect snow will fill in across the eastern primary snow belt. Anywhere from 1 to 3 inches of snow can be expected across parts of Lake, Geauga, & Ashtabula Counties thru early afternoon on Thursday. The rest of us will see a few flakes overnight into the Thursday AM rush hour.
Cold air will linger into the day on Thursday, as highs only top off in the mid to upper 30s. L/E snow showers will be possible during the morning, otherwise we will see drier conditions for the day on Thursday.
Warmer air filters back in for the day on Friday, as highs will top off around 50, under partly cloudy skies. Rain chances will begin to return on Saturday, with highs into the lower 50s. Colder will make a comeback on Sunday into the start of the new work week.
Have a Great Wednesday NE Ohio!
What To Expect:
- Blustery & cold tonight
- Lake Effect Snow Showers in the snowbelt
- A chilly Thursday with morning flurries
- Warmer Air Returns Friday & Saturday
- More rain & wind Saturday as well
Wednesday Night: Mostly cloudy. Blustery & cold. L/E snow showers east of CLE. Accumulations east between 1 & 3 inches by noon Thursday| Low: 26º
Thursday: AM Lake Effect Snow. Colder. | High: 37º
Friday: Some Sunshine. Warmer. Windy. | High: 50º
Saturday: Early showers. Some PM sunshine. Windy. Falling temps.| High: 54º
Sunday: Mostly cloudy. Chilly.| High: 43º
Monday: Showers Possible. Not as Chilly.| High: 49º
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