An upper level disturbance over the Great Lakes this morning will move eastward across the area this afternoon. Scattered snow showers are likely today across the entire area. The heaviest and most persistent activity should remain across the snow belt areas east of Akron and Cleveland.
It will be breezy and chilly today with highs in the mid 30s.
High pressure will gradually build across the region tonight. Snow showers will persist through the evening, then gradually taper off late tonight with skies becoming partly cloudy by morning.
Overnight lows tonight will fall to around 20 degrees.
Thursday will be partly sunny with high temperatures in the mid 30s.
Another weak disturbance will move across the region Thursday night. A few snow showers are possible but this activity should remain fairly scattered.
Lows Thursday night will be in the mid 20s.
High pressure will return to the area on Friday bringing sunshine and somewhat milder air. Highs will rebound into the mid 40s Friday afternoon.
A vigorous clipper system will dive southeastward through the Great Lakes Friday night and across our area early Saturday. This system will bring a shot of colder air and some rain and snow to the region Friday night, lasting into the upcoming weekend.