A storm system over the Great Lakes this morning will move eastward across Ontario this afternoon. Mild air will be drawn northward in advance of this system across northeastern Ohio. Rain showers are likely today with temperatures this afternoon climbing to the mid 40s.
Tonight, another area of low pressure will move into the Great Lakes. Showers will persist across the region tonight as mild and moist air continues to flow across the area. Lows tonight will fall to the low 40s.
Tuesday will be very mild with a chance of rain showers. Highs on Tuesday will reach the mid to upper 50s.
Tuesday night, an arctic cold front will sweep through the upper Mid West, and move into the Great Lakes. Mild air ahead of this cold front will continue to be pumped northward across the eastern Great Lakes. There will still be the threat of a few showers Tuesday night, but temperatures will be very mild with lows only falling to the mid 40s.
On Wednesday, the arctic cold front will move eastward across the state. Rain showers and a few gusty thunderstorms are possible as the front moves through around mid day. Temperatures during the morning will climb to around 60, then fall sharply once the front moves through.
Scattered rain showers will change to snow showers Wednesday night with lake effect snow showers persisting through the day on Thursday. Highs on Thursday will be much colder, reaching the mid to upper 20s.