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CLEVELAND (WJW) — A dense fog alert that was issued for several counties in Northeast Ohio until noon has been extended until 4 p.m. on Wednesday. Widespread fog will reduce visibility to one mile or less. Areas of dense fog will experience 1/4 mile or less of visibility. Use caution when driving.

Drier conditions will move in during the day. A few breaks of sunshine will try during the afternoon but cloud coverage will win out through most of the day. Highs in the upper 40s, again.

The next system is expected Thursday night into early Friday morning.

We have an unsettled week ahead with multiple weather systems. Little snow in the forecast:

Other than a few flakes mixing in Friday night, our snow chances are pretty slim this week.

Signs of colder temps showing up per our extended outlook mid/late next week with snow chances climbing.

Here are the next three weather systems from today through next week. Weak front Sunday with a small chance for showers. However, notice the last system is the strongest, deepest with the greatest wind/rain then snow potential starting Wednesday!

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