CLEVELAND — Winter is back...it will be frigid Wednesday night with temperatures falling into the teens and low 20s. A few light snow showers are possible overnight, but accumulation is expected to be minor. There will be a brief break Thursday afternoon from any wet weather. There is much better shot at accumulating snow (or ice) late Thursday followed by the best shot early Friday.
Our next winter storm rolls in Friday bringing shovelable snow and the potential for significant ice to Ohio. We're still pinpointing where the warm air will hang out. But for now, plan for both snow AND ice.
It looks like there will be a good shot for at least 2-4" of snow in northern communities and a thicker glaze of ice, possibly around a quarter of an inch or higher for some of our southern communities.
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- MUCH colder temperatures
- Limited lake effect snow
- Minor accumulations tonight into Thursday
- Major winter storm Thursday night into Friday with ice & snow
- Staying cold through the weekend
Wednesday Night: Much colder with light snow. | Low: 19º
Thursday: Another winter storm brings snow/ice mix late.| High: 29º
Friday: Heavy snow/ice likely, especially early. | High: 27º
Saturday: Isolated flakes. Mostly cloudy and cold. | High: 32º
Sunday: Few PM flakes. Mostly cloudy and cold. | High: 33º
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