High pressure will build across northeastern Ohio today. At the same time, low pressure over Texas will ride northeastward along an old frontal boundary draped across the Tennessee Valley and Mid Atlantic states. This low will cause clouds to increase across the area this afternoon. High temperatures today will reach the mid 30s.
Tonight will be mostly cloudy as the low passes by to our south. Models have been trending northward with this system and it now looks as if a little light snow could brush the southeastern counties late tonight. The best chance of snow will be south of a line from Mount Vernon, to Canton, to Youngstown. Any accumulations should be light. Low temperatures tonight will fall to the mid 20s.
It will be mostly cloudy through Wednesday morning. Any lingering light snow across the southeast will end by mid day. Most locations should see some sunshine during the afternoon hours. Highs will reach the upper 30s.
High pressure will briefly build back across the area Wednesday night with mostly clear to partly cloudy skies expected. Lows will be in the mid 20s.
On Thursday, a clipper will pass to our north, dragging a cold front across the area during the day. Scattered snow showers are possible across the entire area on Thursday. High temperatures Thursday afternoon will be in the low to mid 30s.
Another area of high pressure will quickly build across the region Thursday night bringing fair weather back to northeastern Ohio for Friday and Saturday.