10:18 pm Update: Temps have already dropped into the upper 20s with wind chills in the teens. Expect a partial clearing of our sky overnight allowing temps to drop all the way into the lower 20s with teens inland. As you head out early Friday make sure to plan on the cold. You can leave the snow gear at home though, out next best chance for snow holds off until after midnight Friday night. Expect 1-3" by noon Saturday.
6:30 pm Update: Our cloud deck is breaking apart which means temps will drop quickly overnight. Areas along the lake will stay in the lower 20s with widespread teens inland.
3:11 pm Update: Keep the coats around this evening as temps drop into the 20s. The good news is that winds will light, 5-10mph at most, so the wind chill won't be a major factor overnight.
Noon Update: Isolated freezing drizzle is being reported in Lorain and Cuyahoga Counties. Watch your step on untreated surfaces like sidewalks and driveways. Otherwise, cloudy skies are likely with a few flurries possible through evening.
9:00 am Update: Snow has ended across the area, but scattered flurries are still possible today. Here's a list of the latest snowfall totals across Northeast Ohio: 12 hour snow totals
Snow has quickly ended this morning. Overnight snow totals generally range from 1-2", especially in counties along the lake.
Blowing and drifting snow will pose a problem for morning commuters. Temperatures are in the 20s with wind chills in the teens. Winds are gusting up to 20 mph in some areas.
Expect cloudy skies this afternoon with highs hovering around 32 degrees. Flurries are still possible, but no accumulation is expected.
Mostly cloudy skies and a few flurries will linger overnight. Lows will dip to 20 degrees.
High pressure briefly builds Friday, keeping us dry, but a chance of snow quickly returns Friday night through Saturday. This time, accumulations will be light.
Good news for travelers on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day... Roads will be dry!
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