Cool temperatures and sunshine continue for the remainder of the week with a warm-up for the weekend.
Temperatures on Monday struggled to rise much above 62 degrees, the coldest high temperature in Cleveland since September 23.
Plenty of sunshine returns through the middle of the week, but temperatures will be about average for this time in fall, with an afternoon high in the middle to upper 60s.
Milder air and more sunny days will follow for the second half of the week. Temperatures rebound towards the weekend with high in the lower 70s by the end of the week.
A storm system will bring snow and ice to parts of the mid-Atlantic and the South through Monday.
A spike in severe thunderstorms, capable of producing tornadoes, will follow a slow start to severe weather season in 2014.
After a chilly weekend, a milder week is ahead for the Cleveland area.
Rainy weather is expected midweek for the Detroit area.
No rain is in sight for southern California this week. Sunshine and mild weather will prevail.
Mother Nature will bring another blast of winter weather from Missouri to Delaware before spring arrives.
1-2 feet of snow from Grant to Estes Park (15th-16th).
1/2" of ice coated roads in the southwest part of the state; as much s 6" of ice covered elevated surfaces, such as tree branches, wires, and radio towers. Power was out in some towns for 6 days.
Concordia, KS (1924)
17.2" of snow.