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FORECAST | Quick front tonight bringing snow showers and cold

A clipper system is heading south into the Great Lakes. Some scattered snow showers will be possible with a few inches possible in the primary snowbelt.

CLEVELAND — We have a shot of winter heading our way tonight into Wednesday morning. Colder air is pushing into the Great Lakes and will keep us in the 20s for tomorrow. In addition, snow showers will be enhanced by Lake Erie.


Counties included:  Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, and Lake

Some heavier snow bands may develop tonight off Lake Erie with bursts of snow possible from downtown Cleveland eastbound to Pennsylvania. Roads may become slick with visibility reduced at times. (Advisories set to end at 10 AM Wednesday) 

Credit: WKYC


Snowfall totals may range from barely a dusting to a few inches, with those highest totals mainly in extreme northeast Ohio along I-90 east of downtown Cleveland.

Credit: WKYC

TONIGHT: Snow showers (accumulations possible). Mid 20s.

WEDNESDAY: Early lake snow showers. Colder. Upper 20s.

THURSDAY: Partly cloudy. Upper 30s.

FRIDAY: Clouds build with PM flurries. Low 30s.

SATURDAY: Morning flurries. Mid 20s.

SUNDAY: Increasing clouds with a late day snow chance. Low 30s.

MONDAY: Wintry mix. Mid 30s.

TUESDAY: Mix to snow showers. Low 30s.

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