CLEVELAND - 10:00 pm Update: Wind Advisory has been dropped for all Northern Ohio Counties.
8:00 pm Update: Current wind gusts still above 30 mph in many locations. Skies are mostly cloudy. Snow flakes are few and far between. Temps in the middle 30s. Wind chills lower 20s! Just stay warm.
4:00 pm Update: Wind continues to be the big weather story of the evening. At 3 pm, Wooster reported a gust of 48 mph. MansfieId saw gusts to 44 mph. It will stay windy all night, although winds should subside below advisory criteria as we pass the 1 am hour tomorrow morning. Isolated snow flurries are possible tonight across Northern Ohio. There could even be a few sprinkles before sunset. Temperatures will be in the 30s through 8pm. Low temperatures tonight will fall back into the 20s area wide.
Temps have settled into the middle 30s as cold air has arrived. We may see some light snow showers develop through the evening, but accumulations should remain light.
Temps are now starting to fall, as colder air works in. We're in the upper 30s across western Ohio, and upper 40s across the east. The cold air will arrive this afternoon with winds gusting into the 40s.
We may have a few showers pop up, but nothing major and by tonight - rain will turn to light snow.
Update: The cold front has just moved through western Ohio and temperatures are quickly falling. Wind gusts will increase in Northeast Ohio as the front passes. Aside from an isolated rain or snow shower today, the forecast is dry until Friday. Enjoy the breaks of sun this morning!
It's breezy this morning, but the wind will increase even more behind a cold front.
A Wind Advisory is in effect for Erie, Huron, Lorain, Medina, Ashland and Richland Counties until 7 p.m. A Wind Advisory is in effect for Ashtabula, Lake and Cuyahoga Counties until 1 a.m. Tuesday. Expect sustained winds 20-30 mph with gusts as high as 50 mph along the lakeshore.
Temperatures are mild this morning, in the upper 40s. Behind the front, temperatures will drop to the mid-30s with a few scattered snow showers possible this evening.
Snow showers end down overnight as high pressure builds in from the west. Temperatures will drop to the mid-20s overnight.
After morning clouds and isolated snow showers east, expect a round of sunshine Tuesday afternoon.
Clouds return Wednesday as low pressure moves by to our south. Valentine's Day looks dry and mild. Expect highs in the low 40s.
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