CLEVELAND — A few flurries will be possible during the first half of the overnight, with otherwise mostly cloudy skies. More light snow showers will begin to move in after midnight, as lows drop to around 30s across the region. Some patchy fog will be possible during the overnight as well.
Some scattered snow showers will be possible once again on Monday into Tuesday, as a clipper system moves in from the northwest. This will drop highs back into the low to mid 30s on Monday and Tuesday. Accumulations will be on the light side, with many locations around 1 to 2 inches by Monday evening. Some locations, though, may see as much as 3 to 4 inches, especially in the snow belt, as lake effect will kick in for a time late Monday afternoon into early Tuesday.
Drier conditions and even some sunshine will begin to move in for the day on Wednesday. Temperatures will remain on the chilly side for the middle of the week, as highs will approach 40.
Warmer air and rain chances will begin to move in for the end of the week, which could cause some concern for the St. Patrick's Day festivities.
More winter air moves in for the start of next weekend, along the with the chance for more snowflakes!
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What To Expect:
- Snow showers return tonight
- Another round of snow Monday/Tuesday
- Cold 30s for highs thru Wednesday
- Bit milder by Thursday into St. Paddy's Day
Sunday Night: Scattered snow. Accumulating 1" or less. | Low: 31º
Monday: Light scattered snow. Accumulation 1" to 2" for most.| High: 35º
Tuesday: Few flakes mainly east. Colder.| High: 32º
Wednesday: Sunshine returns.| High: 38º
Thursday: More clouds. Warmer.| High: 54º
St. Patrick's Day: Rain showers. Mild.| High: 51º
Saturday: Snow showers possible. Colder.| High: 38º
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