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    Cleveland: Cold Returns, Early Week Snow Possible

    By Kristen Rodman, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
    March 24, 2014; 4:12 AM ET
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    Despite the transition into the spring season, the impacts of this year's harsh winter will linger in Cleveland.

    This winter, the city received 76.3 inches of snow in total, which is approximately 15.5 inches more than normal.

    While spring began on Thursday, the warmer weather won't last.

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    Despite some sunshine on Monday, the air will feel cold dropping into the high 20s. Record-low temperatures are possible both Monday and Tuesday nights.

    There is a chance of a nuisance snow on Tuesday as a storm system tracks along the northern branch of the jet stream. That same storm could reorganize farther east and bring heavy snows to New England.

    Temperatures are forecast to jump into the 50s for Thursday followed by the chance of rain Friday.

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