CLEVELAND — The next weather system will likely bring another 1 to 3 inches of snow to Northeast Ohio between Thursday morning and Thursday night, with some Lake Effect snow possible Friday as well.
There are no watches, warnings, or advisories in our area for the next round of snow at this time, but News 5 Meteorologist Remeisha Shade says to be on alert for slick spots on the roads that may develop with this next round of snow.
The heaviest snow with this incoming system will stay to the south and east of our area, Shade said.
After the potential Lake Effect snow on Friday, we should finally get above freezing next week, with temps near 40 by Tuesday. Saturday will be partly sunny and chilly, and snow with a little rain is possible Sunday, with a high in the 30s.
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