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CLEVELAND (WJW) — Cold temperatures and cloudy skies continue as we spring forward and lose an hour of sleep Sunday. But the good news is we’ll see more daylight with a 7:29 p.m. sunset!

Light snow showers around Sunday morning could bring a candy coating in spots, definitely less that an 1″. This will taper to a spotty mix in the afternoon with lots of cloud cover. Temps in the upper 30s to low 40s south. A great day for a nap!

A cold front slowly moves through Monday. Along the front a burst of wet snow/mix expected. A quick coating of slush possible as it moves through with low visibility. Behind the front a trough moves in from the northwest with lake enhanced snow Monday evening.

Then lake effect snow sets up overnight into Tuesday. Parts of the snowbelt has the chance of 3″ or more. Less than 2″ for the rest of the area. Stay tuned as we fine tune the forecast.

Temperatures ranging 5-10° below average. Highs in the mid 30s, with lows in the mid to upper 20s. A brief warmup late next week then cooler-than-normal temps return.

Not so lucky in Cleveland on St. Patrick’s Day:

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