Low pressure and its associated cold front will move eastward across Ohio today. Across northeastern Ohio this morning, precipitation is falling mainly in the form of rain, but there are a few pockets of snow and freezing rain as well, especially in the northeast.
Rain and mixed precipitation will change over to snow by this afternoon as temperatures fall. Some light accumulations are possible, mainly across the northeast. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 30s this morning, then fall into the 20s this afternoon.
Snow showers will linger into tonight, then gradually diminish late. Lows will fall to the teens.
On Saturday, high pressure will build across the region bringing dry, but chilly weather to start the weekend. High temperatures on Saturday will reach the mid to upper 20s under partly sunny skies.
High pressure will slide overhead Saturday night and off to the east on Sunday. Saturday night will be mostly clear and chilly with lows in the low to mid teens. Then on Sunday, the return flow on the back side of the high will help to boost high temperatures up to near 40 degrees.
Clouds will increase late Sunday as another storm approaches the area. This system should be all rain Sunday night and Monday as the center tracks well to our west and temperatures climb into the 40s.