The good news is the snow may not amount to enough to need to grab that snow shovel. Scattered showers are possible in the morning and afternoon, with coverage decreasing toward the evening as the storm systems push out. By Wednesday morning, up to 2 inches or so could be on the ground, but it will slowly accumulate throughout the day.
Check out chances of accumulating at least 1 and 2 inches of snow in Ohio by Wednesday morning:
With the overcast skies resulting from the two waves of storms, there wont be much warming in the afternoon. Nearly all day temperatures will hover in the low 30s, but with breezy winds itll likely feel closer to the 20s.
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Today: Scattered snow showers will remain possible throughout the day, with visibility becoming low at times. Temperatures will get up to a high of 38°, with NW winds at 10-15 mph.
Tonight: The snow showers will come to an end tonight as the winds shift to come out of the west. Temperatures will drop down to a low of 23°.
7-Day Forecast: Conditions will remain clear through the latter part of the week, with temperatures remaining in the lower 40s to upper 30s. Some rain is possible Saturday morning, with conditions beginning to clear out for a warm Sunday!