Another in a series of clipper-type storm systems will track across the region today. Snow associated with this clipper is already breaking out across northeastern Ohio, and the snow will continue through the afternoon. Accumulations will range from 2 to 4 inches in most areas, with isolated higher amount possible. Also, some lake enhancement across the snow belt east of Cleveland could produce some higher amounts in those areas. High temperatures today will rise to around 20 degrees.
Snow will continue into the evening, then gradually taper to snow showers from west to east overnight. Additional light accumulations of an inch or two are possible. Lows will range from 10 to 15 degrees.
We will have dry weather across most of the area for the first half of the day on Tuesday, but then another clipper will spread snow back across the area during the afternoon. It will be slightly warmer with highs on Tuesday reaching the mid 20s.
The snow will persist into Tuesday night, then taper to snow showers late. Some lake effect snow showers could impact the snow belt areas after midnight. Additional light accumulations are expected. Lows Tuesday night will fall to the upper teens.
The lake effect snow showers will end on Wednesday as high pressure builds across the area. Highs on Wednesday will reach the upper 20s.
Another storm will bring slight warmer air and the threat of rain or snow showers for Thursday and Friday.