After hit and miss snows yesterday winds push back to the west and that should yield a mix of sun and clouds through the day, but cold air is still the main feature.
A clipper system continues its path towards us for tomorrow. This system brings some snow back to Ohio, and we can see anywhere from a coating to 2 inches over about 70% of the state. The southern third of the state may be limited to a dusting, but all told, we see snow developing by mid to late morning, and then going through midnight tomorrow night. Higher totals will be seen along the southern shore of Lake Erie and in typical NE Ohio lake effect areas. The map above gives some ideas about snow potential for tomorrow. We finish the weekend on Sunday with very little new snow. We can see some additional lake effect flurries in parts of northeast Ohio, but coverage will be somewhat spotty.… Continue readingRead More »