Monday Through Wednesday

Forecasters: Nick, Kyle, Owen, and Ken

A few things have changed with the next system set to move in tomorrow night into Tuesday, so here is the breakdown!

1. TRACK – As we mentioned yesterday, the track of this system was still in question. While some uncertainty remains with the track, we do expect warmer air to win out, meaning less snow accumulation for much of the area. The “best” chance of any decent accumulation will be across far Northwest Ohio into Northern Indiana, where 1 inch (isolated higher) looks most likely.

2. INTENSITY – Precipitation is looking light (similar to Friday), and we will have rain initially. This means snow will melt at first, again keeping totals less. The system trending warmer means lighter snowfall. Also, some drier air is looking likely to infiltrate this system, which will cut into the intensity of the snow.

3. IMPACTS – With lower totals, this means less of an impact. However, still keep an eye on potential increased commute times. Our confidence has increased to medium as model consensus is for a warmer solution for the area.


Lastly, Lake Effect Snow will bring additional accumulations to Northeast Ohio through the overnight hours of Tuesday Night

Stay tuned for further updates!