FORECAST: Snow Ending Tonight, Bitter Cold

Posted at 6:06 AM, Jan 10, 2022
and last updated 2022-01-10 22:12:36-05

CLEVELAND — Disorganized areas of lake effect snow continue to slide east southeast across the primary snow belt areas of Northern Ohio this evening. An additional inch or 2 of snow is possible where any snow band can persist for a while. Elsewhere, scattered light snow and flurries will continue through midnight. Some clearing will begin to work in from the west as well in many spots. Winds will continue to be gusty as temperatures fall down to near 10 degrees by sunrise. Wind chills will hang in the single digits to below zero.

Tuesday looks mostly sunny but cold. Another afternoon in the 20s likely before our next brief thaw. Wednesday and Thursday look much warmer with 30s/40s. But that's it. Temps drop quickly again to end the work week and head into the weekend. More snow is also possible late week.

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  • Lake effect snow tapers tonight
  • Lows near 10 degrees tonight
  • Wind chills below zero at times
  • Stuck in the 20s again Tuesday
  • Closer to the norm mid-week
  • Another arctic blast late week with more snow


Monday Night: Colder again with lake effect snow. 1" - 2" possible for parts of snow belt. | Low: 11º

Tuesday: Lake effect snow ending but the cold continues. | High: 25º

Wednesday: Mainly dry with a nice thaw expected. | High: 39º

Thursday: Scattered snow. Partly sunny. | High: 35º

Friday: Mainly cloudy. Cold. | High: 27º

Saturday: Cloudy skies. Isolated flurries. | High: 23º

Sunday: Cloud/sun mix. Still cold. | High: 29º

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