CLEVELAND — Some of us are seeing some fog this morning as our pattern of participation continues today. Some of us are waking up to lake effect flurries. The further east you are, the greater the likelihood you will see some snow fall. In terms of accumulations, most of us will see less than an inch. In the primary snowbelt east of Cleveland, we could see several inches by tonight, especially in the higher terrain.

Most of Northeast Ohio throughout today will see mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures won't budge much either. This afternoon, we will stay in the mid-30s.

Any lake snow showers will end sometime this evening. We might see a few areas with some flurries on Tuesday, but no major accumulations are expected.

The good news? We are expecting quiet conditions for the rest of the week.

We are watching another system that could impact us this weekend. It could give us some rain and snow. The models are not consistent in terms of what type of precipitation we will get. However, if it does impact us, it will be the 5th weekend in a row where we have seen some sort of precipitation.

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TODAY: Cloudy with lingering lake effect snow showers. Mid 30s

TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy skies. A few flurries possible. Low 30s

WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy and cool. Low/mid 30s

THURSDAY: Variable cloudiness and quiet. Upper 30s

FRIDAY: Variable cloudiness and mild. Near 40.

SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy with a rain/snow mix possible. Low 40s.

SUNDAY: Rain/snow mix possible. Upper 30s.
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