Forecast: Light snow, then more cold

CLEVELAND - Meteorologist Mark Johnson says to expect scattered light snow on Thursday with a return of sub-zero temperatures by Friday morning.

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WEDNESDAY NIGHT FORECAST UPDATE: Clouds will thicken up overnight ahead of a weak area of low pressure that will slide through the Ohio Valley on Thursday. Isolated light snow will move into Northern Ohio around sunrise and linger on and off thru the day on Thursday. Low temperatures tonight will fall down to near 8 above zero with wind chills between 0 and 09 degrees. High temperatures on Thursday will climb up to near 14 during the day.

More arctic air settles in for Friday and Saturday. Friday morning lows will drop to near -4 degrees with wind chills between -10 & -20 degrees around sunrise. Highs on Friday will climb up to near 15 degrees. Saturday morning low temperatures will fall down to between -5 and -15 degrees! Saturday highs will reach up to near 20.

WEDNESDAY FORECAST: A weak cold front is sliding south and east this morning. Light snow has developed ahead of this front. Accumulations will be well below an inch. Skies will remain cloudy with "warmer" morning temperatures in the 20s. Behind the front, teens will quickly spread in with wind chills in the the single digits today.

High temperatures for your Wednesday expected near 17 degrees. I expect a mix of clouds and sunshine through the day with a cold wind out of the north.

Another weak low pressure system will slide along the Ohio River Thursday. Scattered snow showers are likely with accumulations ranging from about 1 to 2 inches by evening. Highs will hover near 12 degrees.

More Arctic air spills in for Thursday and Friday.

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