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FORECAST | A little rain & wet snow tonight

We're tracking a big pattern change for next week.

CLEVELAND — After a sun-filled Friday (wow!) we'll head back into cloudy territory for the weekend as a system moves in, stalls, and then attaches to another system that keeps the cloud cover over the majority of the Great Lakes including us here in northern Ohio. 

A few showers and wet snowflakes can be expected tonight as this system moves in. Temps will settle back into the mid 30s for lows. 

Some lingering showers and moisture will be around Saturday, otherwise mostly cloudy skies can be expected with highs — you guessed it! — in the 40s.

Another weak system zips through the northern lakes on Sunday, bringing a few showers Saturday night into Sunday with highs in the 40s once again.

Attention then turns to next week when our well-advertised pattern-changer arrives. A vigorous area of low pressure will develop in the lee of the Rockies and head northeastward towards the upper Midwest. We'll be on the warm side of this as it approaches next Wednesday and Thursday before much colder air wraps in on the back side by late next week into next weekend. Periods of snow showers, wind and lake effect snow are expected. While it's way too early to talk anything in terms of accumulations, it does look like we'll at least turn wintry around here a week from now.

Here's your 3 Day Forecast: 

TONIGHT | A few showers mixed with wet snow in spots. Mid 30s. 

SATURDAY | Lingering clouds with spotty showers. Low to mid 40s. 

SUNDAY | Cloudy with a few showers, mainly early in the day. Low to mid 40s.

MONDAY | Mainly cloudy skies. Early flurries possible. Cooler with highs in the upper 30s to near 40. 

Editor's note: Video in the player above was originally published in an unrelated story on Nov. 8, 2022.

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