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    Cleveland: Snowstorm to Precede Arctic Blast

    By By Mark Leberfinger, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
    January 07, 2014, 1:19:41 AM EST

    Snow is headed back to Cleveland before a blast of dangerously cold air.

    After starting 2014 on a snowy note, another snowstorm will slam the city Sunday through Sunday night.

    The fresh snow will drop around 6 inches of fresh snow, causing disruptions to travel and daily routines. The heaviest snow is expected Sunday evening.

    The arctic blast will closely follow the snow Sunday night as the temperature dips into the low teens. The high Monday will reach 13 degrees but will fall below zero by the end of the day.


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    Biting winds ushering in the frigid air will not only blow and drift the snow around, but will also create dangerously cold AccuWeather.com RealFeel® temperatures.

    The extreme cold will continue into Tuesday, making outdoor activities dangerous for those unprepared. The low Monday night will be record-shattering at 13 below zero, breaking the old record of 7 below zero from 1884.

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    Forecast High Temperatures for US
    AccuWeather Severe Weather Center
    Cleveland Interactive Radar

    Temperatures will start to improve Wednesday with a high near 20 F. Thursday will be not as cold with a chance of snow and a high in the low 30s.

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