CLEVELAND — You will need your warm coat tonight. Cloudy skies will prevail for the overnight with temperatures falling into the middle and upper 20s by sunrise.
Tuesday brings the threat for a few light flurries during the morning hours. Otherwise, skies stay mostly cloudy with high in the middle 30s.
More unsettled weather moves in for the middle and end of the work week, as our next storm system moves in. As of right now, we expect a burst of snow to move in from the south during the morning rush on Wednesday. This could amount to a quick 2-4 inches of snow, making travel during the morning very slipper. Rain showers move for Wednesday afternoon and evening as warmer air wraps in around the low pressure system. Highs will top off around 40. Colder air will begin to move in Wednesday night, along with more snow showers on Thursday and Friday, as temperatures drop to around Freezing for highs as we end the work week.
Have a great one NE Ohio!
What To Expect:
- Cloudy tonight
- Steady cold
- Isolated flakes Tuesday morning
- Heavier snow possible Wednesday AM
- Changing to rain Wednesday afternoon
- More scattered snow Thursday AM
- Few flurries Friday
- Alberta Clipper snow on Saturday
- More rain & wet snow for Sunday
Monday Night: Cloudy & cold. | Low: 28º
Tuesday: Minor accumulations possible. | High: 35º
Wednesday: Rain and snow. Blustery. | High: 39º
Thursday: Scattered AM snow showers. PM flurries. Cold & windy. | High: 33º
Friday: Isolated snow showers. Cold. | High: 32º
Saturday: Scattered snow showers. Seasonal. | High: 37º
Sunday: Rain/Snow Showers. Seasonal. |High: 35º
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