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CLEVELAND (WJW) – Overnight, cloudy and cold, a few flurries begin to show up by morning. The drive to work will be less snowy than the evening hours along a slow moving cold front.

Some bursts of wet snow/mix possible during the day could make it harder to see while driving.

Snow becomes lake effect overnight Monday into Tuesday. Parts of the snowbelt have the chance of 3″ or more. Less than 2″ for the rest of the area all in all. Stay tuned as we fine tune the forecast.

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 February 23rd!

Temperatures stay 5-10° BELOW average (with a few exceptions). Highs in the mid 30s, with lows in the mid to upper 20’s. A brief warmup late week then cold temps return.

Cleveland Saint Patrick’s Day parade looking wet and windy, but warm!

Check the latest 8-Day Forecast above.