CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - A cold front will push through late tonight into Monday morning. This will allow for cooler high temperatures back in the middle 30s for Monday. It'll also be breezy with winds coming in from the NW at 15-20MPH. With this wind change, we'll also see some flurries for Monday, mainly in the snowbelt.
High pressure builds back in starting Tuesday, this will allow for drier weather to return heading into the middle part of the week. Tuesday will be closer to average with high temperatures in the middle to upper 30s - depending on how quickly cloud cover clears out. Overnight lows will dip back into the upper 20s.
The big story for the week will turn to our next system looking to arrive late Thursday. It doesn’t look like anything we haven’t seen before, it just could cause a bit of an annoyance for those traveling for the holidays. Because temperatures will be warming back into the middle and upper 40s, we’ll start off seeing rain with this system as it moves up from the south. As colder air moves in Friday, we’ll eventually see it transition into snow. Again, nothing looks too crazy right now, but we’re keeping an eye on it for the holiday travel weekend.