Winter outlook: Cleveland to get ‘high totals' of snow

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CLEVELAND -- Ugh.

As winter quickly approaches, there’s a new frigid forecast that says Northeast Ohio is in the crosshairs for a brutally bitter season.

AccuWeather posted their extended winter forecast Thursday saying January will be the coldest month for most of the country.

But what about the white stuff?

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“Areas prone to lake effect snow will also see high totals, including Cleveland,” AccuWeather’s prediction states.

Back in August, the Farmer’s Almanac predicted a similar forecast with the Great Lakes area expected to get more snow than usual.

Hey, at least we're not in the northern Plains. AccuWeather's outlook said that region will hit -30 degrees at times.

What does Mother Nature have in store for us this week? Check out our seven-day forecast HERE.