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(WJW) — The first half of April was one of the warmest on record. The second half was colder but not record-setting. In fact, the temperatures were only 2 degrees below normal overall in northern Ohio.

Here are the temperatures vs normal for the entire US – first and second half of the month.

The stalled low brings more rain this week. Coverage goes back up both today and Tuesday. Temps are only in the 40s!

Winds pick up gusting between 30-40 MPH at times.

All of this making for a messy Monday commute.

Wind chills in the 20’s Monday night into Tuesday morning. Rain to pockets of light snow mainly east/snowbelt where some quick/brief accums are possible Tuesday morning. Most of this melts fast.

Here is a look at snow in May historically:

Sunshine returns late week and the upcoming weekend looks fabulous!

Here’s the latest 8-Day Forecast:

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