Snow returns to Northeast Ohio: Thursday weather forecast for Cleveland, Akron

Clay Curtis
November 7, 2019

Tonight clouds will start to increase as a cold front approaches the mountains.

"Residents throughout the Northeast, from Pittsburgh to Buffalo, New York, Boston and Bangor, Maine, will want to keep a close eye on this system for the potential for slippery, slushy roads and significant travel delays Thursday night and Friday", Tom Kines, AccuWeather senior meteorologist, said. Skies will clear out rather quickly, but the brisk northwesterly wind will only allow temperatures to top out at around 40 degrees in the city.

Get ready, as there is a high probability that next week will bring well-below temperatures to the state of Iowa, and for a large part of the country. Steadier to maybe even some moderate pockets of rain will stay with us through the afternoon hours. Depending on how much moisture sticks around and how fast the temperatures drop, we could see a few flurries, especially in the higher elevations.

Scattered snow flurries are possible settling south from north-central IN before noon Thursday as the colder air moves IN. Friday night football fans, it will be a very cold evening so dress accordingly!

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This weekend will be nice but chilly. In fact, highs will likely dip into the mid to upper 50s by Friday.

In fact, at 2 p.m., we have partly cloudy skies and 52 degrees in Billings, with a southwest wind at 7 miles per hour. Overnight lows will drop into about the mid-20s. Lows will be in the low to mid 50s with highs barely near 60 in the afternoon. It'll feel a lot like January in November.

The past two American (GFS) model forecasts predict that the precipitation will start as rain before it transitions to a period of snow as temperatures plummet to below freezing. The rain should taper off by midnight, but for areas mainly to the north and west, there could be a brief changeover to snow. Of course, it is still too soon to tell exactly what will happen early next week.

The winds should ease off by Saturday, but it will still be a cold day.

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