CLEVELAND (WJW) – Tuesday was pretty quiet after the snow to start the week. Here are some of our area’s snowfall totals:
Ready for more snow? A Winter Storm Warning Ottawa and Sandusky counties are expected to see 4-7 inches of snow and gusty winds of 30 mph by 3 a.m. Wednesday, creating cold, slippery conditions and low visibility. The rest of us are under one Winter Weather Advisory Starting at 3am on Wednesday.
It’s quiet and cold tonight. A few lingering flurries are possible tonight but most areas will remain calm. Cloudy and cold with temperatures in the mid-20s. Any wet spots are prone to refreezing, so watch out for slick areas.
Slick spots this morning, temps in the upper 20s. Today will be mostly calm and gray, outside of snow and flurries, starting with morning accumulation. Temperatures will be in the low 30s. Breezy with a wind chill in the 20s.
After a quiet Tuesday, another system will move into Thursday on Wednesday. This round will create another opportunity for several inches of snow depending on the track and the winter mix/precipitation timing.
Storm systems will strengthen over the Panhandle over the next 2-3 weeks. As the cold air moves east, the snow/mix potential rises every time! Brief periods of light winds preceded each system.
Check out the latest 8-day forecast above.
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