Low pressure over the upper Great Lakes will move slowly eastward across Ontario today. Moisture will wrap around this system and across northern Ohio today bringing intervals of cloudiness and the threat of snow showers. Most of the snow showers will be across the northern half of the area.
It will be breezy today with westerly winds gusting in excess of 35 mph at times.
High temperatures this afternoon will reach the low to mid 30s.
The cold air across the area will deepen tonight, supporting an increase in lake effect snow across the snow belt. Some locally heavy squalls are possible across the primary snow belt, with some accumulation likely. It will remain breezy with areas of blowing snow as well.
Outside of the primary snow belt, scattered snow showers or flurries are possible with little or no accumulation expected.
Lows tonight will fall to the low 20s.
Scattered snow showers are likely on Wednesday, mainly across the primary snow belt where some additional accumulation is possible. Outside of the primary snow belt, a few snow showers or flurries will be possible. Highs on Wednesday will be around 30 degrees.
A weak trough will move southward across the area Wednesday night. This will cause the winds to shift to the northwest. Snow showers will increase across the entire area as the trough moves through with light accumulations possible. Late Wednesday night the lake effect snow showers will begin to reorganize in the northwesterly flow targeting the primary and secondary snow belts east of Akron and Cleveland.
Lows Wednesday night will fall into the upper teens.
Thursday will be mostly cloudy with snow showers likely, especially east of Akron and Cleveland where additional accumulations are possible. Highs on Thursday will top out around 30 degrees.