FORECAST: A Wednesday Glancing Blow of Snow

Posted at 5:29 AM, Mar 08, 2022
and last updated 2022-03-08 18:07:45-05

CLEVELAND — Skies will be mostly cloudy overnight. High pressure overhead will give way to a weak low pressure system that will bring a glancing blow of snow to the area Wednesday morning. I cant rule out a little rain mixing in as well. The vast majority of snow will fall south toward Akron, Canton, Youngstown and Mansfield with an inch or less of accumulation expected. Farther north look for a few flurries during the morning commute. Everyone should see some sunshine by mid to late afternoon with high temperatures climbing into the upper 30s and low/mid 40s.

We're back in the 40s Thursday with quiet weather.

We are watching another potential winter storm impacting the area late Friday into Saturday. Right now, most guidance suggests mainly snow with accumulations of roughly 2 to 5 inches for parts of the viewing area from late Friday afternoon thru early afternoon on Saturday. Stay tuned!

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  • A cold & cloudy night
  • Few light rain/snow showers early Wednesday, mainly south
  • Seasonable Wednesday & Thursday
  • Watching next potential winter storm
  • Snow potential increasing late Friday & Saturday!


Tuesday Night: Mostly cloudy. Still chilly. | Low: 30º

Wednesday: AM light rain/snow south. Partly to mostly cloudy with temperatures near normal. | High: 42º

Thursday: Stays dry. Seasonable.| High: 39º

Friday: Cloudy skies. Snow arriving late in the day.| High: 41º

Saturday: WATCHING FOR SNOW! Snow likely. Accumulations possible! Windy. | High: 27º

Sunday: Mostly cloudy. Windy & Cold. | High: 38º

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