Snow is returning to Northeast Ohio this week

Snow is returning to Northeast Ohio this week

Snow is returning to Northeast Ohio this week

The storm system will usher in potentially record-breaking cold for the region this early in November. Lake effect snow showers start after midday and as winds turn to the NNW, it'll start to pile up across Michiana.

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for the southern 2/3 of our area from Waterloo to Dubuque and south until tomorrow as roads could be slick. Light amounts of snow are expected in these areas with minor disruption to commerce.

Our next concern will be Monday night and into Tuesday morning.

We all realize we've seen highs in the winter in the 20s. Because it's occurring far too early.

Quieter weather along with a bit of sunshine returns on Friday as highs try to reach near 40.

Record cold highs forecast on Tuesday.

The heaviest snow will hit the Great Lakes region and interior Northeast, where up to 1 foot of snow is expected.

A storm system will bring a wintry mix of rain, snow, sleet and freezing rain overnight Monday into Tuesday. The morning rush hour should remain uneventful with temperatures holding in the 40's and little to no rain in the area. Below is our graphic for TOTAL snowfall through Tuesday taking into account the entire event.

Frigid temperatures could blanket central North Carolina later this week, bringing bitter wind chills and the possibility of snow, forecasters say. Temperatures tumble after Monday into highs that are below average by January standards! And we'll only rebound to wind chills in the teens through much of the afternoon. You can see this in the graphic below.

Record-cold highs on Tuesday are predicted to be widespread from near the central Gulf Coast (highs in the 40s) through the Tennessee and OH valleys (highs in the 20s and 30s) and into the eastern Great Lakes and interior Northeast (highs in the 20s).

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