CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - After a little bit of everything today (rain, snow, rainbows, etc.) we will see a few patches of snow around through the overnight.
Some patchy fog will develop inland. This could cause some visibility issues through early Saturday morning.
Temperatures will be around 30 to start your Saturday.
The weekend remains unsettled as low pressure moves over the Great Lakes.
A few snow showers, even mixing with a little rain, will be around through the day Saturday.
Accumulation will be light, but watch for slick spots as temperatures drop Saturday night.
As winds change direction and we get more of a northwest flow, some lake enhanced snow in the snowbelt will be possible Saturday night and through the day Sunday.
We will see another ripple of energy move through Sunday bringing more scattered snow chances for the afternoon.
We keep snow in the forecast each day through early next week with highs in the low to middle 30s.