CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - There is a fairly active pattern the next couple of days and we know it is going to remain pretty cold out there for now.
An upper level disturbance is now tracking east of our area this morning. Most areas will see just some flurries and areas of light snow today.
In the snow belt east of Cleveland, however, the winds are beginning to line up so that heavier lake snow is in the forecast.
The latest data is suggesting a few locations in Ashtabula, Geaugua, and Lake Counties could see more than 6 inches of snow. We will be monitoring this situation closely.
The lake snow east of Cleveland will linger into this evening before ending by midnight. Here comes another “clipper” system tomorrow.
The cold front crosses late in the afternoon. Look for it to be windy with an area wide snow developing in the afternoon. Most folks will see another 1″ or less, but there will be heavier totals where lake enhancement happens.