What a weekend it was with loads of sunshine, cold, frost mornings but pleasant afternoons. Did you like Sunday? Today is pretty much the same day, maybe even a degree or so warmer. Highs today in the mid 50s.
Quiet weather will continue Tuesday before a weak disturbance arrives late Tuesday night and Wednesday morning. Not much more than a passing shower or two with that.
BIG WARM UP
A strong southerly flow will develop Thursday and Friday and the result will be soaring temperatures. Friday will turn breezy to windy. Highs Friday 64-67!
BIG COOL DOWN
But then some big changes. A cold front will roll through the Valley on Saturday and this front will usher in the coldest air of the season so far for Sunday and Monday.
Check out the temperature plunge:
With the Great Lakes so warm, you bet there will be lake-effect snow….likely the first significant lake-effect event of the season.
The primary snow belt areas (Chardon, Ashtabula, etc) could even get several inches out of this. It’s possible that parts of the WFMJ viewing area get enough to cover the ground. It is MUCH too early for specifics beyond that.
Just a model, NOT a forecast:
Temperatures are likely to rebound back to about average for the Thanksgiving holiday.
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