An upper-level disturbance made it look and feel wintry, with periods of snow, enough to cover the ground in parts of western Ohio, mixed with rain east of the I-71 corridor.
Temperatures dipped into the mid-30s and will remain nearly steady this evening, with lingering snow showers. Skies will be mainly cloudy tonight and early Sunday. Additional lake-effect flurries are possible in near-freezing temperatures.
High pressure building east from Canada will maintain a broad northwesterly flow. The air swept southward from Canada will be cold and dry, resulting in a mix of clouds and sunshine Sunday and Monday. A southern system will create another mix of snow/rain on Tuesday.
Temperatures will struggle to rise above 40 degrees all week running more than 15 degrees below normal.
- Tonight: Lingering flurries, slick spots. Low 30
- Sunday: Mostly cloudy, cold. High 39
- Monday: Partly cloudy. High 41 (28)
- Tuesday: Cloudy, rain/snow mix p.m. High 41 (31)
- Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, brisk. High 40 (31)
- Thursday: Partly cloudy, cold. High 38 (27)
- Friday: Mostly sunny. High 39 (24)