CLEVELAND — An Alberta Clipper brought us our first widespread snow of the season! Spotty light snow with rain mixing in at times is still possible tonight as area of low pressure moves through.
I think the main concern tonight and Monday will be lake effect bands that develop that could dump some additional snowfall across parts of the snow belt. That could create some slick spots on roads and reduce visibility at times.
Totals so far have ranged from a trace to around 3" We could get another inch or so for parts of the area tonight into Monday with some isolated higher totals across the snow belt.
Few light rain/snow showers may linger early Tuesday before we dry out briefly.
Warmer air returns Tuesday with highs in the low 60s Wednesday. Next storm system will bring more rain Wednesday and Thursday with another big drop in temperatures.
- Scattered light rain/snow tonight
- Lake effect mix tonight & Monday
- Chilly & breezy tonight & Monday
- Few snow showers early Tuesday
- Mid-week warming trend
- More rain by Wednesday
Tonight: Cold and breezy with spotty light rain & snow. | Low: 33º
Monday: Lake effect snow showers mixing with rain. Still cold. | High: 40º
Tuesday: Light mix coming to an end early. Briefly drier. | High: 51º
Wednesday: Briefly warmer. Spotty showers. | High: 62º
Thursday: Falling Temperatures. Much cooler with chilly rain. | High: 45º
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