A Lake effect snow warning is in effect for Lake, Geauga, and Ashtabula counties.
A clipper-type system will move southeastward through the Great Lakes today. This system is weaker than yesterday’s clipper, but it will still produce some light snow across the region today.
Some lake effect snow showers are already occurring across the lake shore areas to the northeast of Cleveland. This activity will shift to the east this morning. Areas of snow will begin to break out across the entire area by mid to late morning as the clipper over the Great Lakes approaches.
The snow will continue through the afternoon with most locations picking up an inch or two.
Across the snow belt east of Cleveland, lake effect snows will begin to redevelop this afternoon with some intense bands setting up by late in the day. Snowfall amounts will be higher in these areas.
Highs today will be around 20 degrees.
Light snow will continue into tonight then taper off late. Some additional light accumulations are possible. Across the snow belt east of Cleveland, lake effect snow showers and squalls will continue. Additional moderate to heavy accumulations are likely. Lows tonight will fall to around 10 degrees.
On Monday, yet another clipper will move across the region from the northwest. This system will be stronger than today’s clipper, and it will also track further south. Snow will spread west to east across the area during the day, Most locations north of I-80 will see another 1 to 3 inches, with locations south of I-80 picking up 2 to 4 inches. Similar to Saturday’s system, higher amounts are possible if heavier bands are able to set up. Highs on Monday will be around 20 degrees.
Snow will continue into Monday night before tapering off as the clipper moves east of the area. Lows Monday night will be in the teens.
Tuesday will be fairly quiet with just some scattered light snow showers or flurries. Another clipper will bring more snow to the area Tuesday night and Wednesday.