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FORECAST | Tracking another round of snow

An active pattern keeps the snow chances coming throughout the days ahead.

CLEVELAND — After dealing with some lake effect snow this morning, we will get a brief break from the wintry weather into the afternoon.

“After the snow stops, we will see – at least – peeks of sunshine this afternoon," says 3News meteorologist Hollie Strano. "But then cloud cover quickly returns, and notice by this evening we’re tracking more snow.”

That snow will move into Northeast Ohio by the evening hours.

As we look ahead to the weekend, Saturday looks relatively quiet with a few flurries to start. Otherwise, we'll see clouds with some sun peeks as highs work their way into the mid and upper 30s.

Another system rolls in Sunday with some rain initially. That rain will change over to wet snow later in the day as colder air returns. Not looking for any major accumulations with this, but a slushy coating to a few inches are possible as we fine-tune those details in the days to come!

YOUR WEATHER OUTLOOK

TODAY | Lake effect snow ends. Snow returns later. Low to mid 30s.

SATURDAY | Cloudy. Mid to upper 30s. 

SUNDAY | Rain and snow. Around 40.

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

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