CLEVELAND (WJW) — A lot quieter Tuesday after the accumulating snowfall to start out the week. Here’s a take a look at a few of our space’s snowfall totals:
Prepared for extra snow? A WINTER STORM WARNING goes into impact for Ottawa and Sandusky counties Wednesday at 3 a.m. with 4-7 inches of snow and gusty winds as much as 30 mph, creating frigid wind chills, slippery circumstances and low visibility. The remainder of us are below a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY starting 3 a.m. Wednesday.
Quiet and chilly tonight. A couple of lingering flurries are attainable tonight however most areas will stay quiet. Cloudy and chilly with temperatures within the mid-20s. Probability for any moist spots to re-freeze so be careful for any slick areas.
Slick spots this morning, temps within the higher 20s. Largely quiet and gray at present, outdoors of some flurries and snow showers within the snowbelt to start out off the morning with little accumulation. Temperatures will likely be within the decrease 30s. Breezy, with wind chills within the 20s.
After a quiet Tuesday, one other system strikes in Wednesday into Thursday. This spherical will produce one other probability at a number of inches of snow relying on monitor and the period of wintry combine/rain.
These panhandle storm techniques will likely be getting stronger over the subsequent 2-3 weeks. As colder air heads east, snow/combine potential rises every time! Temporary durations of milder air forward of every system.
Verify the most recent 8-Day Forecast above.
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