CLEVELAND (WJW) – A winter weather warning has been issued for several counties in northeast Ohio as two systems arrive in the next few hours.
The advisory is in effect through Monday at 1pm with 1 to 4 inches of snow forecast.
The snow has reached southwest communities along I-71 and continues to move northeast.
After a quiet Saturday, Sunday will be a different story. Our next panhandle system starts out as a winter mix and transitions to snow Sunday through Monday.
Light, wet snow will move through the morning and continue through most of the day.
Overall snow accumulations in an area of 1-2″, up to 3″ possible in some spots.
There’s another similar system coming mid-next week that we’ll need to keep an eye on. This round can produce several inches of snow depending on the runway and the duration of the winter mix/rain. Stay tuned.
Snow is on the way and WE NEED IT! Check out our shortfalls this winter. Snow totals about 1 to 2 feet below normal for this point in the season. This week’s systems will help a little.
Here is the latest 8-day forecast:
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