A cold front associated with a clipper system will move across northeastern Ohio today. The atmosphere is very dry, so most locations will probably see only a few flurries or light snow showers as the front moves through. More numerous snow showers will be possible across the snow belt areas east of Cleveland, but even in these areas, snowfall amounts should be light. High temperatures today will reach the low 30s.
Tonight will be partly cloudy with a chance of snow showers across the snow belt. Overnight lows will dip into the teens.
Friday will be partly to mostly cloudy with a few snow showers lingering across the snow belt during the morning. Highs will be in the low 30s.
High pressure will move across the region Friday night, and then to our east on Saturday. A mild southwesterly flow will develop on Saturday with temperatures climbing into the low to mid 40s for highs.
A strong arctic cold front will move across the area Saturday night. Moisture will be limited, but some snow showers and possibly even a couple of squalls are expected to accompany the front as it crosses our area. It will become windy as well. Lows Saturday night will drop to the low 20s.
Arctic air will pour across the region on Sunday with temperatures only rebounding to the mid 20s. Snow showers are possible, especially across the snow belt areas east of Akron and Cleveland.
A polar vortex will settle southward across the Great Lakes and northeastern United States through the early part of next week. Very cold air and occasional disturbances will keep the threat snow showers in the forecast with more persistent lake effect snows possible across the snow belt areas. Temperatures early next week will only reach the teens for day time highs with overnight lows in the single digits.