CLEVELAND — Get ready for another round. Widespread light to moderate snow likely most of Thursday. The heaviest snow will fall south of the Ohio River.
This round won't be quite as powdery as the last batch. It will be a little tougher to scoop but won't be nearly as deep.
Roads are snow-covered in spots and will remain so through the evening commute.
After the potential Lake Effect snow on Friday, we should finally get above freezing next week, with temps near 40 by Tuesday.
Overnight lows Friday night and Saturday night will drop back into the single digits to near zero again and wind chills by Saturday morning could read between -5 and -12 degrees.
It looks like our arctic weather pattern will flip beginning next week. The arctic air will retreat back north beginning Sunday with a warm-up to temperatures closer to normal by the middle of next week!
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