CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - What a day of weather whiplash! We made it to 56° in Cleveland today, before another round of rain and storms moved through in the afternoon.
Some areas even saw a mix of rain and snow as temperatures dropped and we saw reports of slush on some of the roads over in Sandusky.
A cold front moves through our area after midnight along a huge area of low pressure. The cold air that accompanies this front will allow for a spotty wintry mix of rain and snow through the overnight hours.
This wintry mix will be with us through the morning hours of your Monday. Heads up, commuters!
Winds will have shifted out of the north by tomorrow, which will facilitate the development of some lake effect snow Monday afternoon and evening. The ground is pretty warm, so we do not expect significant accumulations. We’re forecasting a range of 1″ - 3″ for the Primary Snow Belt.
The snow showers will hang around during the evening.
High pressure will return Tuesday into Wednesday. This means that our weather will be a little more calm, mainly Tuesday.
Tuesday will be dry, albeit cloudy, with highs only around 40°.
We'll have another shot at some lake enhanced precipitation and then pure lake effect snow on Wednesday. This will most likely come in the form of light rain and snow.
It will also be quite windy during this time. Highs will only climb up to about 40° on Wednesday.
The snow will come to an end by Thursday. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday are looking quiet. Highs will be in the low 40s during this time.