CLEVELAND — Some spots this morning are seeing some fog and visibility reduced to less than a half of a mile.

Today, we will see rain become snow, switch back to rain only to be replaced by flurries. This will be a day that you will want to stay inside as the weather won't be nice.

Some accumulation is possible this weekend particularly on the east side along the snow belt. Some spots could see up to several inches of snow. Many of us will see a coating either on the roads or grassy surfaces making things slick around Northeast Ohio. 

We are stuck in the middle to two phasing storm systems.  The moisture from the south and the cold air from the north. The cold air is what will likely trigger some snow showers tonight into tomorrow. 

We'll end up with colder air with highs in the 30s early next week.  Another surge of cold air gets here Monday.  Tuesday will be rather chilly! We could see another system move through on Tuesday. After then, we seem to move into a quiet pattern. 

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TODAY: Rain to snow.  Some slushy accumulation possible.  Upper 30s, slowly sliding

SUNDAY: Scattered snow showers.  Mid 30s

MONDAY: Mostly cloudy with snow/mix chances late.  Mid/upper 30s

TUESDAY:  Scattered snow showers.  Mid 30s (falling)

WEDNESDAY:  Variable clouds.  Upper 20s

THURSDAY:  Partly cloudy.  Mid 30s

FRIDAY: Clouds and sun.  Upper 30s

SATURDAY: Variable clouds.  Shower chance.  Upper 30s

SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy.  Upper 30s

MONDAY: Mostly cloudy. Around 40
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