CLEVELAND - 10:00 pm Update: Deep low pressure over eastern New York State will move north tonight. Rain and snow grazing eastern Ohio will move east with the low tonight. Skies will remain partly to mostly cloudy area-wide. Wind advisories have expired. Winds will remain gusty tonight in the 20 to 30 mph range. Low temperatures will drop into the middle 30s.
Weak high pressure will drop in for Tuesday. A mix of clouds and sunshine will be the result. Highs will climb into the middle and upper 50s.
5:55 pm Update: Max wind gusts today = Cleveland Hopkins Airport 48mph; Akron/Canton Regional Airport 53mph; Mansfield Lahm Airport 48mph.
11:30 pm Update: Clouds are thinning across the area now, allowing some sunshine to poke through. This is also helping to boost our temperatures a bit. They range now from 45 to 50 degrees. Winds are gusting to near 40 mph. Hold on to you hats! Snow over Pennsylvania now will creep into extreme northeast Ohio tonight. A few inches could accumulate in Ashtabula County by dawn. The rest of the region will see a few rain showers and maybe a light snow shower this evening and tonight.
A powerful Nor'Easter will track across Eastern Pennsylvania and New York this morning. As the storm drifts westward, expect spotty rain and snow showers to begin in Ashtabula and Trumbull Counties after 9 a.m.
The cut-off will be very sharp... Most of Portage, Geauga and Lake Counties may only see a few rain showers throughout the day. If you live west of I-77, expect cloudy skies with no precipitation.
Accumulating snow is possible this evening and overnight in Ashtabula and Trumbull Counties as temperatures fall. Snow will transition to lake-effect early Tuesday. Lake effect rain/snow showers are likely through Tuesday afternoon. Snow totals will be minimal in far eastern Ohio.
Everyone else will be impacted by very gusty winds through late tonight. High temperatures will reach the mid-to-upper 40s. Lows drop to the low 30s tonight.
By Wednesday, the storm will be long-gone. Temperatures will reach the upper 50s under partly cloudy skies.
A quick-moving low pressure system will bring a chance of rain Thursday, before dry weather returns at the end of the week.
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