DOWNTOWN CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - A glancing blow of arctic air has settled in. A west wind will be with us and that will cause some lake effect snow. I expect flurries and snow showers along the immediate lakeshore and in areas east of Cleveland.
A trace to 2" of snow is in the forecast. The wind will continue to pick up tomorrow for New Year's Eve.
This will produce wind chills into the single digits right through Wednesday night, so bundle up. Another 1" or less of snow will fall east of Cleveland before ending by evening.
Temperatures will basically hold steady Wednesday night and we do lose the arctic grip on New Year's Day as some milder air builds in. The wind will still gust over 30 mph, however, out of the southwest.