A persistent and moist northwesterly flow continues to produce lake effect snow across the area. The snow will continue at least through this morning, then it should begin to gradually become more scattered this afternoon as conditions become a little less favorable for lake effect snow.
Most locations picked up 1 to 2 inches of snow overnight, and additional accumulations of 1 to 2 inches are possible today.
High temperatures today will reach the mid to upper 20s.
Snow showers and flurries will linger through this evening, then the activity should finally end after midnight. Overnight lows will dip into the teens.
Monday will be partly to mostly sunny as high pressure drifts eastward across the area. Highs will top out around 30 degrees.
A storm system will move into the upper Mid West on Monday and track southeastward into the Ohio Valley and lower lakes on Tuesday. Clouds will increase across our area Monday night ahead of this system. Low temperatures will fall to the teens.
On Tuesday, clouds will thicken up and snow will develop from west to east during the day. The snow could mix with rain south of a line from Medina to Youngstown. High temperatures will reach the mid 30s.
Snow is likely across the area Tuesday night and Wednesday, but at this time it is still too early to specify amounts. Stay tuned…