CLEVELAND — Ready or not, a wintry blast is coming to Northeast Ohio!  

And for school-age children that means the possibility of a snow day.

Do you know children putting spoons under their pillows or flushing ice cubes down the toilet? 

Whatever their superstition of choice, the goal is the same--Snow Day! 

On Monday, Chief Meteorologist Betsy Kling issued her first I-Alert chances of the winter season.  

"Lake snow will dominate the forecast, but areas west could have some slick issues," tweeted Kling.

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The winter weather will begin Monday afternoon with a region-wide system snow. Once that moves out, lake effect snow will begin overnight and continue through Tuesday and into Wednesday.

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What are the chances where you live? Are you sleeping with your pajamas inside out and backwards? 

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