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Wintry Weekend: Cold with Lingering Snow

Posted at 10:29 AM, Mar 25, 2022
and last updated 2022-03-27 11:28:54-04

CLEVELAND — Mother Nature isn't done throwing snow at us yet! This weekend, temperatures will drop and we'll likely get hit with a couple of inches of snow.

A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga and inland Ashtabula counties until 2 p.m. Sunday. The advisory may be extended for a few counties due to lingering snow.


Scattered lake effect snow will be likely Sunday morning and gradually coming to an end across the area throughout the day. But it will take a while! In fact, some of our northeastern-most communities could see snow through tonight.

It will also be blustery with gusty winds that could cause blowing snow. Temperatures will stay below freezing on Sunday with wind chill values will be in the teens and single digits by Monday morning. Travel could be tricky on Sunday with low visibility at times. Take it slow!


Additional snowfall will be less than an inch or two for most locations, but snow will linger the longest in the snowbelt and up to 2-3 inches with isolated higher amounts will be possible. Keep in mind, lake effect snow does not treat everyone the same. Even just a few miles apart, totals will be different! When all is said and done, most of the area will receive one to four inches of snow over the entire weekend with the highest totals in the snowbelt. Below are two snowfall maps. The first represents additional snow on Sunday, the second is total expected snow for Saturday and Sunday.

Any snow on the ground will be melting quickly! March snow does not typically stay on the ground long, plus spring returns this week with warming temperatures!


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