A weak area of low pressure in the upper atmosphere is currently centered over lower Michigan. This system will move eastward across the region today. Scattered snow showers are likely across the entire area. The snow showers will be enhanced downwind of the lake across the snow belt areas. Some light accumulations are possible.
High temperatures this afternoon will be in the mid 30s.
The snow showers will gradually taper off tonight as high pressure builds across the area and drier air spreads across the region.
Overnight lows tonight will dip to around 20 degrees.
Thursday will be partly to mostly sunny and dry with afternoon high temperatures in the mid 30s.
A weak disturbance will pass south of the area Thursday night. This system could produce a few scattered snow showers across the area late Thursday night, but little or now accumulation is expected.
Lows Thursday night will fall to the mid 20s.
High pressure will build back across the region on Friday providing northeastern Ohio will another partly sunny, dry day. Highs on Friday will be a little warmer, reaching the mid 40s.
A clipper-type system will dive southeastward across the Great Lakes Friday night bringing a surge of colder air and scattered rain and snow showers which will last through the day on Saturday.