1/30/13—Colder air on the way

| January 30, 2013 | Reply

The warmth won’t stick around much longer. Wednesday will start off warm with highs in the middle 60s before cooler air moves in during the afternoon. Rain and even a few thunderstorms are likely throughout the day. It will be much cooler by Wednesday night with temps falling into the middle 20s.

Snow showers will arrive for Thursday and Friday with highs in the middle 20s on Thursday and the upper teens on Friday. A Lake Effect Snow Watch is already in effect for Cleveland and areas east. Expect at least six inches in the primary belt. More details on this will be coming on Wednesday.

A clipper will slide through on Saturday bringing everyone 1-3 inches of snow. A few snow showers will be around on Sunday with highs in the upper 20s.

Dry weather returns for the start of next week temps warming into the upper 30s on Monday and then lower 30s on Tuesday.

Category: Neoweather Ohio Coverage

Eric Poston

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Eric Poston is an avid weather forecaster for Neoweather, and was the first person to join Jeremy Crookston in 2010. He enjoys weather, but is a journalism major at The University of Akron. In his spare time he enjoys writing, landscaping and participating in WNIR Radio events.

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