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There's a slim chance you'll see your first visible snowflakes on Monday

Posted at 11:10 AM, Oct 27, 2020

CLEVELAND — A cold front will bring rain showers for Sunday afternoon and much colder air will drop in behind it.

With a northwest wind, cold air, and a still relatively warm lake, a Lake Effect rain and mix will be possible early Monday morning as temperatures drop to the mid to lower 30s.

Accumulation is not expected at this time but it may be our first visible flakes of the season. Expect it to mainly just be wet at this time.

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