CLEVELAND, Ohio – Chilly temperatures and a few mild lake-impact snow might pop up in Cleveland at the moment, though nearly all of heavier accumulation is predicted to remain east.
For the morning commute, be sure to bundle up. Barely breezy winds will create wind chills within the teenagers earlier than 10 a.m., solely hitting the low 20s within the afternoon through the warmest a part of the day.
Principally cloudy skies will stick round, and a few mild snow might come and go in the course of the day. Round an inch, max, might accumulate in Cleveland by late tonight, however the snow will probably be closely targeted to the east aspect Snow Belt. As much as 12 inches is feasible within the excessive northeast nook of the state by means of Friday.
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— Kelly Reardon (@KellyRWeather) December 6, 2017
As much as 12 inches of lake-impact snow potential for Ashtabula County via Friday, heaviest east of Cleveland
Take a look at the forecast:
Dawn: 7:forty a.m.
Sundown: four:fifty seven p.m.
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Kelly Reardon is cleveland.com’s meteorologist. Please comply with me on Fb and Twitter @KellyRWeather