2/7/13 (Cleveland) – Mainly cloudy with a mix moving in.

| February 7, 2013 | Reply

Clouds are starting to roll into the viewing area tonight associated with the next couple systems that are forming. One system will move eastward off to our north and bring snow to parts of Michigan.

The next system will affect us Thursday night and is forming out in the Plains and Midwest.

Tonights lows are going to very a little bit. Temps will be around 10 to 15 in Ashtabula and Trumbull Counties as well as the cold spots along the RT-30 corridor, like Wooster. Cleveland and Akron/Canton will be closer to 20 degrees.

Thursday will be mostly cloudy throughout Northeastern Ohio with just a few breaks of sun possible through the day. It will be warmer out there with a high of 38 degrees.

Thursday overnight into Friday morning the next batch of precip will arrive in the form of a mix of rain and snow. The mix will change to all snow for most places, a mix could still linger in the southern counties. I would expect a general 1-3 inches of snow, but that could change slightly based on the amount of mixing that happens. High temps will be in the low to mid 30′s on Friday.

Saturday the clouds will mainly move out and we will be left with mostly sunny skies and cool temperatures around 27 degrees.

Sunday brings us increasing clouds and warmer temperatures in the low 40′s.

Forecaster Brian Ivey- Follow me on Twitter @weatherguy10 

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Brian Ivey has been forecasting the weather for several years now. He started by teaching himself and having many meteorologists as mentors. He is receiving his college education in meteorology and broadcast journalism. He loves to give the weather forecast through videos, social media, text and graphics. Brian is a managing partner of Neoweather.com and is looking forward to the future of the company.

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