CLEVELAND - Meteorologist Mark Johnson says to expect clearing skies tonight with lows near 20.
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TUESDAY EVENING FORECAST: Lake effect snow will gradually taper off thru midnight tonight as drier air works in from the west. Skies should also clear out in most spots across Northern Ohio by sunrise. This will allow some very cold temperatures to settle in. Overnight lows will be close to 20 degrees!
TUESDAY PM FORECAST: We're still seeing some light snow, but for the most part - snow is moving out of the region. We could still see an inch of new snow with temps in the low 30s.
Widespread snow during the morning commute is starting to thin out. Periods of snow showers can be expected throughout the day Today with lake enhanced snow possible. 1-3" in Total. Snow ends later Today with Sunshine back for Wednesday.
Overnight rain transitioning into all snow this morning as a weak surface trough slides in from the northwest. High temperatures will struggle to get out of the low to mid 30s during the afternoon. Snow accumulations will range between a dusting to about 3 inches during the day, especially on grassy surfaces. Roads are warmer now, so the snow should melt quickly on those surfaces. Bridges and overpasses could be slick in spots.
Cold air will extend into your Wednesday but the snow will not. A warm front moves shifts 60s back in the forecast for Thursday!
Easter Forecast: We will be in between rain chances with comfortable Spring temperatures in the mid 50s under partly sunny skies. Plan on a great Easter Egg hunt on Sunday!
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