It starts slowly. Tuesday night, precipitation creeps east across Northeast Ohio through the overnight hours. Snowfall will only be about one inch or less, with the highest amounts across higher elevations.
Precipitation will spread east across the area this evening into the overnight hours, arriving in far NE OH and NW PA after Midnight. Snowfall generally 1" or less, highest amounts across the higher elevations of NE OH and NW PA. pic.twitter.com/oPqjQCiUw9
Then, a storm system rolls over us on Wednesday with the possibility of lake-enhanced snow into Thursday.
Here's the breakdown for the rest of the week:
Wednesday: Cloudy with a mix of rain/snow in the morning. Afternoon lake effect snow possible. Isolated locales may see an inch of snow accumulation. | High: 40° | Wind: W 10-20 mph
Thursday: Cloudy and cold with a few bands of lake-enhanced snow. Windy. | Low: 26° | High: 34° | Wind: W 15-25 mph
Friday: Cloudy and cold with a scattered snow showers. | Low: 28° | High: 36° | Wind: NW 5-15 mph
The takeaway: Lake enhanced/lake effect snow is coming our way Thursday. It appears the areas with the most accumulation will be from Greater Cleveland south to Medina and then east through the primary snow belt, which could receive the highest totals. It's still unclear exactly how much snow we may see.