CLEVELAND — A fast-weakening low pressure center will move into Central Ohio tonight. Clouds will arrive first this evening. A few rain/snow showers are possible. This is especially true for our western communities, because the light precip will weaken as it moves east. Lows tonight will drop into the lower and middle 30s.
Back to gray and dreary. A weak trough of low pressure hangs around across Northern Ohio on Saturday. The result will be overcasts skies thru the day with highs in the 40s.
Another weak low pressure will slide across the area on Sunday. Scattered rain and snow showers will be possible again on Sunday. High temperatures will be in the 40s for the next several days. All of the rain & snow chances look to be very light with minimal accumulation.
A more powerful system is expected next week Wednesday and Thursday with more rain and possibly some thunder. .
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What To Expect:
- Isolated rain and wet snow tonight
- Cloudy skies
- Cloudy on Saturday
- Another shot at rain/snow late Saturday & Sunday
- Lake effect snow Monday (light)
Friday Night: Clouds thicken. isolated rain/wet snow. | Low: 34º
Saturday: Mostly cloudy. | High: 44º
Sunday: Isolated rain. | High: 41º
Monday: Mostly cloudy. Isolated early light snow. | High 38º
Tuesday: Partly cloudy. | High: 42º
Wednesday: Better chance for rain. | High: 46º
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