Lake snows are ending across the area, but we cannot rule out a few snow showers overnight, mainly NE of CLE. Temps will sink into the upper 20s and low 30s.
Sunday should stay mainly cloudy with breezy SW winds. Highs will be a bit warmer than Saturday with readings reaching into the low 40s.
Still seeing some lake snow, mainly through Geauga and into Ashtabula and Trumbull counties. The snow should begin to taper overnight. We may still see an inch or two where bands persist. Lows will drop into the upper 20s tonight with gusty winds. As our winds turn more SW, the snow will end.
Update: A couple lake effect snow bands will continue through the rest of the afternoon and into the evening. Snowfall amounts could reach as high as 4" in localized areas where squalls persist. Most areas will only see light snow flurries along with a breezy northwest wind. Temperatures are holding in the lower 30s with wind chills in the 20s! Dress for winter and plan on a raw breeze on top of the snow.
Breezy northwest winds will continue to supply a couple lake effect snow bands throughout the primary and secondary snowbelts. Snowfall amounts of up to 4" are possible where squalls persist. Other areas outside of these snow bands will likely only see light snow with little to no accumulations.
Despite the localized snow accumulations, everyone will feel the chill. Temperatures today will top out in the lower and middle 30s with breezy northwest winds making it feel more like the 20s! Be sure to dress winter-like and stay warm. Today's a great day to check out the Toboggan Chutes in Strongsville!
Overnight tonight, a weak wave will swing through Ohio. This will give everyone in northern Ohio another chance at measurable snow. Most areas overnight will wake up to 1-2" on top of what you get today. There's a BIG game downtown at Browns Stadium Sunday afternoon and what else would you expect? Temperatures will stay in the 30s all afternoon with flurries and light snow off and on. Tailgaters will need to dress for the weather and cheer loudly! GO BROWNS!
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