Snow showers will work through northern Ohio bringing a coating to an inch at best before exiting to the east Sunday morning. Temps will drop into the upper 20s Saturday night.
The snow will be long gone by the start of the day on Sunday and we'll be looking forward to quite a change. Sunshine will return throughout the day and temps will be on the mild side as they reach the mid 40s.
Spring-like temps return in a big way next week as a storm system brings a slug of 60 to near 70 degree air all the way up to the lakeshore by Tuesday.
As is typically the case this time of year, the system will also bring waves of rainfall--some of which could be heavy beginning Monday and lasting through Wednesday. Temps will fall Wednesday into Thursday and we'll return to the 30s and 40s.
TONIGHT | Snow showers early, otherwise cloudy and cold. | Upper 20s
SUNDAY | AM clouds give way to mostly sunny skies. Mild! | Mid 40s
MONDAY | Increasing clouds with rain developing. Much warmer by evening. | Low 60s
TUESDAY | Variable clouds with passing showers. Unseasonably warm! | Near 70
WEDNESDAY | Rain chances fading through the day. Becoming colder. | 60 early, falling quickly
THURSDAY | Partly cloudy and seasonably cool. | Low 40s
FRIDAY | Becoming cloudy with shower chances late. Mild. | Upper 40s
SATURDAY | Showers likely and mild. | Mid 50s