CLEVELAND - ALL Winter Weather Advisories and Lake Effect Snow Warnings for Northern Ohio have been CANCELED.
10:00 pm Update: Clipper snow is gone now. A few light Lake Effect flurries are sliding south across the lake now. They will affect the northern-most counties of Ohio tonight. Accumulations will be light.
7:30 pm Update: Snow is tapering off quickly now. Should just be flurries by 10 pm. Skies may be come partly to mostly cloudy for a brief period of time tonight as some drier air moves in ahead of the next clipper system. Lows will drop into the middle and upper teens.
The morning rush hour should be dry for a change. But, another weak Alberta Clipper will arrive Tuesday afternoon. Right now, snow looks light with less than an inch expected by evening most spots. High temperatures will climb up to near 29 degrees during the afternoon.
4:00 pm Update: Latest Alberta Clipper is fading fast. Light snow will continue through the evening hours. New snowfall thru 8pm should stay well below two inches area-wide. Temperatures will remain cold tonight as lows drop back to between 10 & 15 degrees.
Next weak Alberta Clipper arrives Tuesday afternoon. I expect scattered light snow showers for the entire region. Snow accumulations for most spots should stay below one inch. Highs will be slightly warmer: around 27 degrees.
Update: Light snow is continuing with some dry breaks across southern Medina, central Lorain and western Cuyahoga. Expect 1-2 additional inches by dinner.
Update: Within the light snow bands, there will be some moderate snow that could bring you a 1/2 inch - inch of snow over an hour. Heaviest snow band now moving through central Lorain.
Update: Light to moderate snow is now falling throughout northern Ohio. I expect the snow to accumulate up to 3 or 4 inches by dinner. Some spots may see slightly less.
Update: Heavier snow is still west of Ohio, but it's on the way! Expect snow to increase by lunchtime with 2-4" of snow on the ground after the evening commute. Snow will quickly end before 11 p.m. in most areas. Dry weather is expected through noon Tuesday.
Flurries are possible this morning, but they won't disrupt the commute. Morning temperatures are in the teens with wind chills in the single digits.
A clipper moving across the Midwest will bring snow to western counties after 8 a.m. Snow will move east and overspread all counties by noon.
Snow will continue at times through the evening rush. Expect widespread totals of 2-4". A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for all counties until 10 p.m. A Lake Effect Snow Warning is in effect for Lake, Geauga and Ashtabula Counties for an additional 1-2" of snow overnight.
Today's highs will be below average, in the low 20s. Low temperatures drop to the mid-teens tonight.
After a dry start Tuesday, another clipper takes aim at the state by Tuesday evening. Snow is likely for the evening rush. About 1-3" will fall by early Wednesday.
The last clipper of the week moves in late Thursday through early Friday. Snow accumulations will be light.
Warmer air works in for the weekend. Highs will hover near 40 degrees Saturday and Sunday with lows near freezing. Rain showers are possible Sunday.
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