An upper level disturbance will track eastward through the Ohio Valley this morning and across the Mid Atlantic states this afternoon. Light snow is possible across our area this morning as the system passes, but any accumulations will be light.
A few scattered snow showers are possible this afternoon, especially across the far northeast. High temperatures will reach the mid 20s today. Winds SW 10-20 mph.
Tonight will be mostly cloudy with a chance of snow showers, mainly across the far northeast. Lows will fall to around 20 degrees. Winds W 10-20 mph.
On Wednesday, another fast-moving disturbance will cross the area. Scattered snow showers are possible, especially across the northern and eastern counties. Highs on Wednesday will be in the mid 20s. Winds SW 10-15 mph.
Lake effect snow showers will continue across the northern snow belt counties east of Cleveland Wednesday night through Thursday with accumulations likely. Outside of the lake effect areas, a few scattered snow showers are possible. Lows Wednesday night will be around 10 degrees with highs on Thursday around 20.
Looking ahead: It will be mostly cloudy on Friday with highs reaching the mid 20s.
A potent storm system is forecast to track through the Ohio Valley and eastern Great Lakes Saturday and Sunday. Snow will break out Friday night in advance of this system. Snow is likely Saturday into Saturday night, with a change over to a wintry mix possible across the southern counties late Saturday or Saturday night. The precipitation will transition to lake effect snow showers on Sunday as another shot of arctic air spreads southward across the area.