A cold, moist northwesterly flow across Lake Erie will continue today. Snow showers have been persistent with most locations picking up 1 to 2 inches of snow accumulation overnight.
The snow showers will continue through this afternoon with additional light accumulations possible. Highs today will be in the mid to upper 20s.
Tonight, scattered snow showers will taper off to just flurries overnight. Skies will likely begin to partially clear after midnight. Lows tonight will dip into the teens.
Monday, high pressure will drift across the area providing much of the region will a break in the snow shower activity. Under partly sunny skies, highs will top out around 30 degrees.
A storm system is forecast to track through the lower lakes and Ohio Valley on Tuesday and Wednesday. This system is expected to bring accumulating snow to the area Tuesday afternoon, continuing into Wednesday morning. It is still too early to predict snowfall amounts, which will be determined by the eventual track and strength of the storm.
Once that system passes, temperatures are forecast to moderate to above normal levels by the end of the week.