WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY for Coshocton, Columbiana, Tuscarawas, & Carroll Counties tonight for a mixture of snow, sleet & freezing rain between midnight & 3am.
9:15 pm Update: Clouds will thicken up this evening and overnight as another area of low pressure moves northeast out of the Tennessee River Valley toward the East Coast. We will once again be on the northern edge of this system. While most of us will stay dry, I expect a swath of mainly light snow/flurries to track northward into Wooster, Mansfield, Akron, Canton & Youngstown areas overnight. Accumulations should be well below an inch in most spots. Some areas in Carroll, Columbiana, Tuscarawas & Coshocton Counties will see a light mixture of freezing rain, sleet and snow. Keep an eye out for slippery conditions.
The low pressure should pull away quickly during the morning hours on Wednesday. Any snow flurry activity should end during the morning commute as well. Drier air should bring us abundant sunshine during the afternoon hours. High temperatures will climb into the middle and upper 30s.
A weak cold front will drop in from the west on Thursday. We could see a brief morning snow flurry. Otherwise, expect partly cloudy skies. Highs will hang in the lower and middle 30s during the afternoon.
Sun and clouds are blending today as temps are in the upper 20s. I expect a few spots to reach into the low 30s, slightly below average for this time of the year.
A storm system will move to our SE and bring some light snow and even some sleet and ice to acreas mainly south of Canton. A Winter Weather Advisory is out for those south of Canton. Dover and New Philadelphia are included in this. The WWA runs 7p tonight through 4a Wed.
Clouds are still lingering over Northeast Ohio right now, but some clearing is expected later this morning. Current temperatures are in the upper 20s.
High pressure over the Midwest will bring a few hours of sunshine this afternoon, but high temperatures will struggle to reach freezing.
Clouds will increase again this evening as low pressure develops along a slow-moving cold front over the East Coast. Cloudy skies are in the forecast tonight with lows in the low 20s.
A few breaks of sun are possible Wednesday afternoon, but I expect mainly cloudy skies in the morning. Highs will be slightly warmer, in the upper 30s.
A clipper system will cross the Great Lakes late Wednesday through early Thursday. a chance of light snow is possible during the morning commute Thursday. However, I don't think it will impact travel.
Friday and Saturday will be mostly cloudy and dry. Highs climb to near 40 degrees Saturday before a much stronger front arrives Sunday.
Sunday's highs will drop to the upper 20s, followed by lows in the teens early Monday. The cold blast sticks around through Wednesday next week.
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