CLEVELAND - 10:00 pm Update: Cold! Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy overnight. Temperatures this evening will hover near 20 degrees with lows once again dropping back into the lower and middle teens.
Low temperatures this morning: -1 degree @ Possum Run Greenhouse near Mansfield. 1 degree in Wooster & Willard.
Cleveland's high temperature today of 21 degrees was the coldest high temperature since February 10, 2011. Almost two years ago!
A weak cold front will approach the region on Thursday afternoon. Skies will be mostly cloudy during the morning hours with thickening clouds arriving during the afternoon. Widely scattered light snow is likely by the afternoon rush hour. Accumulations should stay light. less than 1". Highs will climb to near 30 degrees.
We may see some sunshine break out across the west this afternoon, but it'll stay chilly with highs only in the 20s. We'll also see a few flurries. Mainly dry tonight - lows in the teens and upper single digits west and away from the lake.
11:25 am Update: We are starting to see a few peeks of sunshine west of I-71. It won't help warm us up much though. We are just now stating to break into the 20s with afternoon highs expected lowers than 25º. Be sure to add extra layers if you'll be outside today.
10:00 a.m. Update: Current temperatures are in the mid-to-upper teens under mainly cloudy skies. I see a few breaks in the cloud cover, so expect peeks of sunshine by noon in some areas.
Lunchtime temperatures will hover near 20 degrees with highs around 24 degrees later today. Expect dry weather through Thursday afternoon.
Morning temperatures are in the single digits west of Cleveland, where the sky has partially cleared overnight.
Wooster dropped to 3 degrees at 8 a.m.! East of Cleveland, lake effect clouds are still lingering, leading to warmer temperatures in the teens and low 20s.
With the help of some sunshine today, highs will climb to 24 degrees. Western Ohio has the best chance of seeing peeks of blue.
High pressure will keep the sky partially clear again tonight, allowing temperatures to drop to the teens and single digits again.
A weak cold front will arrive Thursday evening, bringing a chance of light snow showers to the Snowbelt through early Friday.
Warmer temperatures in the low-to-mid 30s are likely this weekend with another chance of light snow Sunday.
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Parts of southwest and central Ohio are seeing snow as more wintry weather hits areas that earlier got a mix of rain and sleet.
With temperatures in the mid to upper-fifties Wednesday, NewsChannel5 forecasters warned that this was the last day this week to get outside chores done before another chill sets in.