Good Sunday Evening!
Low pressure over the lower Great Lakes briefly pushed mild air into Ohio with a dry slot earlier today, before a cold front came through this afternoon, accompanied showers and even a few small thunderstorms, and pea-sized hail due to cold air aloft.
A coastal storm will take over tonight and Monday, bringing a blast of wintry weather to the Northeast that will cause more travel delays. Wraparound rain and snow showers will persist into Monday, and some spots could see a light grassy accumulation, mainly north and west. The other to watch for is slippery spots around daybreak on bridges and ramps, as the temperatures falls to near freezing.
Clouds will linger through Tuesday, but with only a passing flurry or sprinkle. Dry conditions and seasonable temperatures will prevail the rest of the week, without any significant storms.
Tonight: Light rain/drizzle, mixing with snowflakes, slick spots late. Low 31-34
Monday: Few flurries, mostly cloudy, blustery, cold. High 37
Tuesday: Mostly cloudy. High 40 (30)
Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High 43 (31)
Thursday: Sunny, milder. High 48 (30)
Friday: Clouds increase, breezy. High 46 (33)
Saturday: Mostly sunny, crisp. High 43 (28)
Sunday: Clouds return, shower late. High 46 (31)
Have a good evening! -Ben