High pressure provided us with quiet weather and some sunshine Sunday across Cleveland. But big weather changes are right around the corner.
A cold front will arrive by Monday evening as an area of low pressure develops and moves up the east coast Monday night and Tuesday.
High pressure provided Cleveland with quiet weather today, including some beautiful sunshine. The weather stays quiet and dry tonight but chilly with temperatures around freezing by 10 PM.
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7:17 PM - 11 Nov 2018
This will set the stage for the potential for widespread snow for NE Ohio late Monday night and throughout the day Tuesday.
Snow will likely impact the Greater Cleveland area Tuesday and accumulation will be likely. Right now, 1-3 inches of snow appears to be a good bet for much of the area Tuesday.
We expect scattered snow showers off and on through the day with temperatures staying close to freezing for much of the day.
Get ready for another week of below average temperatures and multiple chances for snow! Futurecast paints widespread snow over much of NE Ohio by 6 AM Tuesday. Temps will be around freezing during this time which means some accumulation likely.
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7:22 PM - 11 Nov 2018
That means some slick spots could develop on some roads. Be extra cautious while driving around the Cleveland area especially Monday night and Tuesday.
A few lake-effect snow showers may also develop on Wednesday. Overall, be prepared for multiple chances of snow this week and temperatures remaining about 10-20 degrees below normal for this time of the year.