A weak cold front will pass through the area overnight, mainly shifting our winds. Highs Monday will again top out near 40. Some light snow will begin to affect us Monday night into Tuesday.
Temps has risen a bit this afternoon into the upper 30s and low 40s. We'll see clouds roll in tonight and stick around for Monday. Light snow will arrive late Monday into Tuesday.
Update: Sunshine is taking over and temperatures are warming. We will likely see a few afternoon highs near 40º today before tonight's cold front pushes through. Look like the Browns game will be snowflake free but cold. Overnight temps will drop to near 30º and likely stay in the 30s through Monday afternoon.
After a brief round of light morning snow, it looks like most of us will start to clear out. Expect temperatures to warm back to near 40º this afternoon with a few peeks of sunshine. The Browns game will be cold and breezy with only an isolated flurry or two.
As we roll into the overnight hours, expect a mainly cloudy night as temps drop back to near 30s. An approaching cold front will push through tonight and drop Monday afternoon temps back into the middle and upper 30s. We should stay snowflake free though until late Tuesday. The best chance for snow will hold off until Wednesday on the back side of our next weather system.
The lake effect snow machine will get started up again Wednesday afternoon as cold north winds come over Lake Erie. This will only impact the snowbelts. The models are hinting at a quick end to the snow Wednesday night followed by a gradual warming trend into the weekend. Expect Temps to finally returns to near 50 by next weekend!
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A confirmed tornado touched down near Denver International Airport Tuesday afternoon, sending travelers on the concourse, on planes and in the terminal scrambling to get into tornado shelters.
The National Weather Service says at least six tornadoes touched down in Ohio during violent midweek storms.