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Published by Meteorologist AJ Colby
A quiet start to our Sunday is in progress, even as our next weather system assembles down south.
Parts of the area are under a winter weather advisory through Monday morning due to a wintry mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain expected today and tonight.
Snow showers will continue to move northward, marching steadily in our direction such that, by afternoon, flakes should be flying in Cleveland.
Our southern counties will have snow first, then as the evening progresses, slightly warmer air will get sucked into the weather system aloft. This will change snow over to a wintry mix of sleet and possibly freezing rain before changing to all rain Monday morning.
Be wary of slick road conditions and untreated surfaces tonight and tomorrow morning especially if freezing rain produces a dangerous glazing on top of any snow that might fall.
Snow showers will continue into Monday afternoon as a batch of arctic air heads in our direction for the remaining part of the week.Highs will struggle to make it into the lower 20s for highs this week.
Each reinforcing shot of arctic air will reinvigorate the Lake Erie Snow Machine, producing heavy snow wherever the snow bands set up.Get ready for some disruptive weather for the week ahead.
Things do improve by Thursday, and the cold will ease as temps climb closer to freezing. Stay tuned!
Here's our detailed forecast
Have a great rest of your weekend.