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CLEVELAND (WJW) — While clocks are springing forward and we’ll gain an extra hour of daylight this weekend, Northeast Ohioans won’t be feeling spring just yet.

Wintry weather is expected to stay through Sunday. Snowy periods, gusty winds and single-digit wind chills will hang around the greater Cleveland area.

Here are some of the latest totals trickling in from snow overnight:

Clouds increase again on Sunday as a clipper brings scattered snow showers starting around 10 a.m. continuing throughout the afternoon. Temps will reach the mid-30s on Sunday.

Expect Sunday to remain blustery.

There is a pot of gold at the end of the 8-day. Temperatures top in the 60s on St. Patrick’s Day!

Here is the latest FOX 8 Day forecast: