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CLEVELAND (WJW) – Quiet tonight into the early hours of tomorrow before things turn soggy.

Steady to heavy rain moves in tomorrow during the late morning and afternoon that could lead to some localized flooding problems.

A FLOOD WATCH will kick in early Friday morning and last into the late hours of Friday night.

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Another panhandle system moving southwest to northeast Friday will bring a mess of weather to the area. Rain and even a bit of a light wintry mix develops mainly after 9 a.m. before changing over into rain. No problems for the early morning commute as we will remain dry and cloudy.

Rain could be heavy at times, causing some minor flooding and ponding on the roads. Winds will be gusty through the day, temps in the low to mid 40s.

There’s chance of a wintry mix as it exits in the evening, otherwise a few light snow showers and flurries around early Saturday with little to no accumulation.

No significant snow for us. The bullseye is from Chicago to Detroit.

Long range outlook is showing below normal temperatures/higher chances of snow in mid March across a large portion of the Ohio Valley. This was first indicated on Scott’s long range outlook on Feb. 23!

Check the latest 8-Day Forecast above.