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CLEVELAND (WJW) — It’s going to be windy and colder this evening, with temps tumbling into the 20s. Factor in the blustery conditions and it feels like we’re in the teens.

You’ll want the coat, hat and gloves this evening and first thing tomorrow to work and school as wind chills will be in the teens.

Winds have shifted out the west following the cold front and with the colder air in place LOCALIZED lake effect snow will set up after sundown into Thursday morning. Be extra careful on the roads once the lake effect snow kicks in, as vision could be obstructed later by blowing snow.

Winds have shifted out the west following the cold front and colder air will allow for lake effect snow to set up after sundown into Thursday morning. There’s a chance for accumulating snowfall in the snowbelt region. Most will see 1-3 inches with isolated spots of 2-4 inches possible in a few areas by Thursday morning. Here’s the latest SNOWFALL FORECAST:

Lake effect snow showers continue east through noon, partly cloudy and chilly for the rest of the area. A cold start with temperatures in the mid 20s and wind chills in the teens. Highs in the mid and upper 30s Thursday.

Rollercoaster temperatures continue in the weekend. Next shot of rain/wind develops Friday night and continues through Saturday morning. Temperatures drop throughout the day.

Still no long stretches of extreme cold over the next week. We’ll usher in December with a brief chill.

Here’s the latest 8-Day Forecast:

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