CLEVELAND — Winter Weather Advisory is in effect until 10 am Sunday that includes Ottawa & Sandusky counties. 1-3" of snow along with a thin glaze of ice may provide some slippery, slick roads. Snow accumulation should be around a trace to 2" for the rest of NE Ohio through early Monday.
Rain will start to mix with sleet, snow and possibly a little freezing rain overnight through early Sunday as temperatures get close to freezing.
Widespread light snow is expected Sunday AM with a few lake effect snow bands Sunday PM. Trace - 2" is expected for most areas through early Monday but a few parts of the snow belt could get higher amounts where snow bands persist.
Few lake effect snow showers may linger Monday with temps starting off in teens & 20s. Dry weather should return Tuesday with highs near 40.
Keep the warm coats with you because a blast of even colder air is set to arrive Thursday & Friday!
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- Temperatures dropping overnight to near freezing
- Rain switches to a wintry mix late tonight
- Watch out for a few slick spots that may develop on roads
- Scattered snow Sunday with temps down to the 20s by afternoon
Tonight: Rain will switch to a wintry mix overnight.| Low: 32º
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with scattered snow and falling temperatures. | High: 32º early falling to 20s by late afternoon
Monday: Partly sunny. Isolated snow. | High: 29º
Tuesday: Partly cloudy & briefly warmer & drier. | High: 40º
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. Blustery. Gusts near 35 mph. Few rain/snow showers possible with falling temps. | High: 40º early falling to near freezing by early evening
Thursday: Very cold with a chance for snow. | High: 28º
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