We're seeing light snow showers (T-2") east, with some rain mixing in across the west. Colder air should rolling tonight and change everything over to snow tonight, but accumulations will be light.
Sunshine returns Monday.
Light snow is expected during the Sunday. Accumulations will be light, and only amount to a trace up to an inch. Highs will run in the 30s.
We'll see an increase in clouds Saturday night with lows in the upper 20s and low 30s. Some light snow will begin to move in later tonight into Sunday. Accumulations will be an inch or less across most spots by Sunday afternoon.
Clouds over Northeast Ohio will be slow to erode today. The best shot of late morning sunshine is southwest of Cleveland, with sun expanding east this afternoon.
High pressure will move toward the East Coast later today, allowing low pressure to move into the Great Lakes. Expect increasing clouds after dark, with a few flurries overnight.
A cold front will follow Sunday afternoon, triggering a chance of scattered snow showers. Accumulations will be very light, under 1/2 inch.
Expect highs near freezing today, with lows in the upper 20s tonight. Sunday's highs will hit the mid-30s.
High pressure rebuilds next week, bringing sunshine and highs near 40 degrees by Tuesday. The warming trend continues through the end of the workweek, but a chance of rain is in the forecast Wednesday and Thursday.
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