It will be fairly quiet across northeastern Ohio today as one system moves away from the area and another system approaches from the west. It will be mostly cloudy with a few light snow showers or flurries possible, but nothing more than a dusting is expected today. Highs will top out near 30 degrees this afternoon.
Snow will break out across the area once again by late this afternoon, with snow likely through the evening. The snow could become briefly heavy as low pressure passes across the area. The snow will quickly taper to scattered snow showers or flurries after midnight as the system moves away. Accumulations of 1 to 3 inches can be expected across northeastern Ohio from this quick-hitting storm. Overnight lows tonight will fall to around 20 degrees.
Wednesday will be mainly cloudy with a chance of a few flurries, especially across the northeast. Some areas could actually see a dry day. Highs on Wednesday will reach the mid to upper 20s across the area.
It will be mostly cloudy and dry Wednesday night with lows in the teens.
Another storm is expected to cross the region on Thursday and Friday bringing some milder temperatures and the threat of rain and snow or possibly some mixed wintry precipitation. Models show very different solutions for this system which makes an accurate forecast difficult. It does appear that slightly colder air Thursday night will change any rain or mixed precipitation over to snow with snow lingering through Friday morning.
Highs on Thursday will climb to the mid to upper 30s, then drop back to the mid 30s on Friday.