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CLEVELAND (WJW) — A few lingering flurries Monday evening, but quiet conditions for most of us tonight. Enjoy the quiet weather while we have it. It’s staying cold as temperatures continue to hang out in the 20s for most of the night.
A chilly day Tuesday is coming with highs in the mid to upper 30s. A few breaks of sunshine here and there with mostly to partly cloudy skies.
The chances for a white Christmas are climbing, but it will be cold! Major winter weather system late this week. Here is what we know now (as of Monday evening):
Rain Thursday (mix in spots) with temperatures in the upper 30s, near 40s. A better chance for a wintry mix, south of the region. Snow develops Friday with DRIER AIR from time to time which will limit snowfall initially. Wrap-around lake effect Saturday/Sunday.
It’s going to be the coldest Christmas in over two decades. Highs in the lower teens with subzero wind chills.
Here’s a look at Christmas weather history:
Here’s what we’re looking at in the travel week ahead:
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