A weak disturbance will cross the area today, providing northeast Ohio will mostly cloudy skies and scattered snow showers. Accumulations are expected to remain light.
High pressure will build across the region tonight and remain in control of the weather through Monday. Skies will begin to clear tonight with partly to mostly sunny skies expected Monday. Lows tonight will fall to around 20 degrees with highs on Monday in the upper 30s.
A major storm will move from the Plains States Monday, to the Ohio Valley on Tuesday, then into the eastern Great Lakes on Wednesday.
Skies will become cloudy Monday night with some light rain or freezing rain developing well after midnight. Lows Monday will be in the mid to upper 20s.
Rain or a wintry mix Tuesday morning will change to all rain Tuesday afternoon as milder air streams northward across the area. The rain could be heavy at times. Highs on Tuesday will rise to the mid to upper 30s.
Tuesday night, the primary low will shift to our north while it begins to phase with another low near the east coast. This will draw colder air southward into the region. Rain will change to snow overnight with some accumulations possible. Lows will be around 30 degrees.
On Wednesday, the low will stall over the eastern Great Lakes. Deep moisture will stream westward from the Atlantic into the storm. Snow is likely across the area on Wednesday with some accumulation expected. Highs will be in the low 30s.
The cold, snowy pattern will persist through the remainder of the week as low pressure becomes anchored across the northeastern United States and disturbances track southeastward across our area.