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Northeast Ohio isn't quite done with snow yet

One more round of snow!
Posted at 10:03 AM, Mar 12, 2022

CLEVELAND — Northeast Ohio is in for another cold and blustery morning on Sunday, but things heat up a bit later today. A big warm-up is expected next week. However, we have one more quick round of snow moving through Northeast Ohio Sunday morning and afternoon. This will be a quick round of snow but prepare for a few slippery roads. Slow down and use caution while traveling.


This quick burst of snow should be in and out within a few hours. It also looks pretty light with only minor accumulation. Expect less than one inch and up to two inches in the snowbelt. Any impacts from the snow will be brief! As the snow moves out, the clouds should clear out as well. Winds will become gusty (30-40 mph gusts) and temperatures will gradually warm with a late-day high in the 40s.


If you are ready for winter weather to end, you are in luck! Temperatures continue to rise into early next week too. Highs in the 50s look likely by Monday. This means the snow we have received over the last few days will be melting quickly. It will be slightly cooler on Tuesday with a few showers possible. Temperatures warm even more by Wednesday and St. Patrick's Day and look predominately dry until rain (and storms) increase on Friday!


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