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Snow showers are falling across Northeast Ohio as a weak trough of low pressure sweeps across the region. Some areas could have snow accumulations up to an inch, but most will deal with just a light dusting. Snow showers will also fading during the afternoon as the trough weakens, leaving behind partly cloudy skies.

Skies will clear even more as high pressure settles in across region tonight into Wednesday. This will allow temperatures to drop into the upper single digits and low teens for Wednesday morning, with sub-zero wind chills. It will be a very cold start to the day. Fortunately, plenty of sun is expected in the morning and by the afternoon temperatures will approach the 30-degree mark.

Another clipper system will swing through the region on Thursday bringing snow showers and a wintry mix. Snow showers will linger into Friday before another area of high pressure brings calm weather for Saturday.

More snow chances move in Sunday.

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This afternoon: Partly cloudy with snow showers fading. Light accumulations. Low/mid 20s

Tonight: Partly cloudy to mostly clear. Cold! Upper single digits, low teens. Sub-zero wind chills.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny. Upper 20s, near 30.

Thursday: Snow showers with a wintry mix. Upper 30s.

Friday: Mainly cloudy with lingering snow. Mid 20s very early, falling into the teens for the day

Saturday: Partly cloudy. Low 20s (Single digit morning lows!)

Sunday: Snow showers likely. Upper 20s

Monday: Mostly cloudy with scattered snow chances. Cold! Near 20

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