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CLEVELAND (WJW) — The work week will start off with well-below normal temperatures and snow but by the weekend it’ll be feeling more like early June.
Overnight lows near freezing will play a factor into what type of precipitation you’ll see Sunday into Monday. Bursts of moderate wet snow at times mean quickly changing road conditions. A quick coating to 2″ of snow could lead to slick spots and reduced visibilities.
High elevations, where temperatures are colder are more likely to sustain those bursts of snow making it to the ground and sticking. Here is the timing of the slushy mess :
Temperatures will trend milder around April 23-25. We warm up by next weekend, to the mid and upper 70s.
But expect above normal rainfall and near/slightly below normal temps heading into early May.
Here is the latest Fox 8 Day Forecast: