Northeast Ohio weather: Warming up through Thursday; turning bitterly cold by the weekend
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - It’s been a beautiful Election Day, and there’s going to be more nice weather to come through Thursday.
Expect plentiful sunshine Wednesday and Thursday.
Temperatures will warm into the mid-60s on Wednesday afternoon.
Thursday will be the warmest day of the next seven; the 19 First Alert Weather Team is forecasting highs near 70 degrees.
Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Nicole (soon-to-be Hurricane Nicole) will move toward the Florida peninsula over the next few days.
This system will drift toward the north, and its remnants will bring rain to Northeast Ohio on Friday.
The most numerous, steadiest showers will be along and east of I-71.
The rain will move out late Friday night, and then colder air will move in.
Temperatures will only top out in the low 40s on Saturday.
Sunday will feature temperatures in the 30s!
A wintry mix of lake-effect rain and snow will develop late Saturday night into Sunday.
This will impact mainly the Primary and Secondary Snow Belts.
By the time it’s all said and done, we may have a few inches of snow on the ground in the Primary Snow Belt.
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