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CLEVELAND (WJW) — Brrr! What a winter-like start to the weekend. Cold rain showers will continue to produce a few snowflakes late tonight with little to no accumulation.

Temperatures will hover right around the freezing mark tonight. Watch for any slick spots, mainly on bridges or overpasses. Breezy with gusts reaching 20 mph at times.

Not feeling any better tomorrow. Waking up to temperatures in the low 30s but feeling 5-10 degrees colder with the breeze.

Lake driven snow showers are in the forecast Saturday night through Sunday night, primarily along the lake.

Accumulations look to be minimal at this time. We know our snowbelt communities can handle 2-4 inches. Outside of the primary snowbelt, little to no accumulation is anticipated.

Pattern flip! We go from ABOVE average temps to BELOW. Locate your winter gear, you’re going to need it in the week ahead. Watching another potential wintry mix mid week. Stay tuned.

Here’s the latest 8-Day Forecast: