CLEVELAND - Meteorologist Mark Johnson says to expect more light snow tonight with lows in the teens.
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A LAKE EFFECT SNOW ADVISORY is in effect for ASHTABULA COUNTY north of Interstate 90 tonight thru 9am Wednesday morning. A band of lake effect snow could dump 2-5 inches across the northern portion of the county tonight.
TUESDAY EVENING FORECAST: Cold air will continue to settle in across Northern Ohio tonight and the rest of the week. Overnight lows will drop back into the middle and upper teens. Scattered snow flurries & light snow showers are expected tonight as well. A band of lake effect snow could graze northern Ashtabula County tonight, with a few inches of snow possible from Ashtabula to Conneaut by mid-morning on Wednesday.
More cold temperatures are forecast for Wednesday. Highs will struggle to reach up into the middle and upper 20s. More scattered flurries and lighter snow showers are possible during the early morning, and then again, by late afternoon as another arctic front drops in.
TUESDAY FORECAST: We're seeing a mix of clouds and sunshine Tuesday, but temps will remain cold in the 20s.
Light to moderate snow is falling, mainly along US 30 and south to start the day. I expect those snow showers to continue to move east and weaken through the morning.
We'll see mostly cloudy skies Tuesday and it'll stay very cold with highs in the 20s. A few snow showers will be around, mainly across the south. A few flakes are possible tonight as well, as lows drop into the teens. Cold air sticks around with us through the rest of the week.
MONDAY EVENING FORECAST: Mostly cloudy skies will be the rule tonight as some weak high pressure slides quickly thru the area. Light snow is possible after midnight as a weak wave of low pressure slides into southern Ohio from the southwest. Accumulations will range from a trace in Ohio's lakeshore counties to as much as an inch from Mansfield to Wooster to Canton to Youngstown. Low temperatures tonight will drop into the middle & upper teens.
A brief flurry is possible Tuesday morning. Then dry air will slide in for the afternoon. Some sunshine is possible then. High temperatures will climb back into the upper 20s.
MONDAY FORECAST: We'll see mainly cloudy skies Monday with temps slowly falling through the afternoon into the upper 20s. Expect mid 20s tonight before another shot of cold Tuesday and Wednesday. We will also have shots at snow this week, mainly downwind of Lake Erie in our snow belts.
We will stay cold, mainly below freezing this week with highs in the 20s and lows in the teens.
SUNDAY UPDATE: An weak winter storm system will move east just south of the Ohio River today and tonight. The system will pull warmer air northward into Ohio above a surface layer of colder air. Light snow will develop by mid to late afternoon across the Advisory area. Expect any where from a dusting to 1" of snow this afternoon. As the air warms even more over Ohio tonight, you may experience a few hours of freezing drizzle or light freezing rain. While we are not expecting a major ice event tonight, untreated surfaces could easily become coated with up to a tenth of an inch of ice. Temperatures will slowly warm into the upper 20s today and then continue to warm into the 30s overnight. Until the temperature rises above 32 degrees, the potential for freezing drizzle and icy conditions will remain a problem.
SATURDAY NIGHT UPDATE: Temperatures will fall into the teens overnight with snow moving in Sunday afternoon. Some of us will see snow turn to freezing drizzle as a layer of warmer air moves in the upper levels of the atmosphere. Freezing drizzle is most likely to fall in the overnight hours Sunday into Monday, but should move out in time for the morning commute. Still, roads may be icy Monday morning. Freezing drizzle isn't a certainty, but possible. Jason Nicholas will have an update Sunday evening.
SATURDAY FORECAST: Isolated snow showers with little accumulation today. Peeks of sun with temperatures hovering in the mid 20s. Sunday we'll see snow move in during the afternoon turning to sleet by tomorrow evening.
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