Low pressure will move through the Great Lakes today. Snow will break out across northeastern Ohio this morning, and continue through the afternoon as the system moves through. Snowfall amounts will range from 2 to 4 inches across the area. It will remain cold today with highs in the low 20s.
Tonight, the low will move to our east and a north to northwesterly flow will set up in its wake. Scattered lake effect snow showers are possible with some additional accumulation possible across the snow belt. Lows tonight will fall to the low to mid teens.
Scattered lake effect snow showers will persist through the day on Saturday with additional light accumulations possible across the snow belt. High temperatures on Saturday will reach the mid 20s.
High pressure will build across northeastern Ohio Saturday night and remain in control of the weather through Sunday. Snow showers will diminish Saturday night with partly sunny skies expected on Sunday. Low temperatures Saturday night will dip to the low to mid teens with highs on Sunday approaching 30 degrees.
A storm system will move toward the region from the southwest on Sunday night. This will spread a mix of snow, sleet, and freezing rain across the area. The precipitation will likely change to all rain Monday as warmer air overspreads the region. Highs on Monday will climb into the mid to upper 30s.
Much milder air will arrive on Tuesday along with a continued threat of rain showers.