Advertisement

Snow in the forecast overnight (Northeast Ohio weather)

Published: Mar. 2, 2022 at 1:39 AM EST|Updated: Mar. 2, 2022 at 3:07 PM EST
Email This Link
Share on Pinterest
Share on LinkedIn

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - After a bright, sunny start to the day, Mother Nature is preparing to bring an Alberta Clipper into our area tonight.

This system will bring us light, widely scattered rain after 6:00 PM.

The rain will mix with, and then change to, snow after 9:00 PM or so.

The snow associated with the Alberta Clipper won’t hang around long.

It will move out before sunrise tomorrow.

Any accumulation will be relegated to, mainly, grassy, elevated, and/or untreated surfaces.

We’re expecting a trace to one inch of snowfall.

While the system snow will be short-lived, we are anticipating the development of some light lake effect snow early tomorrow morning.

Don’t be caught off guard if you’re driving into work tomorrow morning and you run into a scattered snow showers.

The lake effect snow will wind down by the afternoon, but we won’t be warming up at all.

Temperatures will only top out in the 20s on Thursday afternoon.

Like the snow, the cold will also be somewhat short-lived.

Temperatures will soar into the low 60s on Saturday, and into the mid to upper 60s on Sunday.

Copyright 2022 WOIO. All rights reserved.