Ahhh, the 2nd full day of Spring in the books. Did you soak it in? Hopefully from inside a warm and cozy location (sigh).

Snowflakes will continue to fly overnight before gradually coming to an end. We'll also stay blustery and cold with lows dropping into the mid 20s. We could see a coating to an inch, mainly in the higher terrain of the snowbelt east of Cleveland. 

As far as the weekend is concerned, the weekend looks pretty good. Saturday will feature gradually clearing skies with easing winds. Temps will remain cool as they only reach near 40. 

Sunday will start on the sunny side with increasing clouds throughout the day. Highs will rebound nicely into the low 50s by afternoon. 

Our next system skirts by the area late Sunday through Monday bringing showers that will mix with or change over to snow showers before ending. Temps will return to the chilly side both Monday and Tuesday as they struggle to get out of the 30s. Slightly warmer temps can be expected away from the lake on Tuesday.

By the middle of next week, an area of high pressure will head east of us helping to pump mild air from the southwest into our area. With plenty of sunshine expected Wednesday, temps will reach near 50. The possibility for 60 degree temps on Thursday and Friday still look high with shower chances increasing as our next system approaches late next week into next weekend. 

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►EXTENDED FORECAST | 7-day outlook

TONIGHT | Leftover snow showers eventually ending. Blustery and continued cold. | Mid 20s

SATURDAY | Becoming mostly sunny. Easing winds. | Around 40

SUNDAY | Mostly sunny start! Clouds increase late day with a slim shower chance. | Low 50s

MONDAY | Showers changing to snow showers before ending. Breezy and colder. | Near 40 slowly falling

TUESDAY | Becoming sunny, but continued chilly. | Upper 30s

WEDNESDAY | Mostly sunny. Temps start to recover. | Near 50

THURSDAY | Becoming partly cloudy and noticeably warmer. | Near 60

FRIDAY | Considerable cloudiness with showers possible. Seasonably warm.  | Mid 60s

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