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CLEVELAND (WJW) — It’s staying cold overnight in Northeast Ohio.

Back to work Monday with dry skies, warmer temps but increasing clouds. By late night Monday we could see a few sprinkles ahead of a cold front and scattered rain on Tuesday.

Next shot rain comes Monday night with an unsettled week ahead.

Other than a few flakes mixing in some mornings, our snow chance is pretty slim this week. Signs of colder temps showing up per our extended outlook for next week.

Here’s the latest 8-Day Forecast:

Long range outlook (FIRST ISSUED ON NOVEMBER 21) shows temperatures near average through the first week of December. Cold air will be brief. Snow chances are small. That looks to change the second week of December: Colder with snow chances climbing!