Cleveland to Endure Frigid End to February

By , Senior Meteorologist
February 23, 2014; 3:58 AM ET
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The mild start to the weekend is not a sign of things to come for Cleveland with the return of snow and frigid air on the horizon.

A repeat of temperatures rising into the 40s, as was the case on Saturday, will not close out the weekend in Cleveland.

After a band of rain and snow moved through Saturday night, colder air will instead hold temperatures to the lower 30s on Sunday.

Brisk winds will prevent RealFeel® temperatures from rising out of the 20s.

Waves of even colder air will close out February with temperatures being held to the 20s on Monday and Tuesday. Also on Tuesday, a little snow may move through.

Detailed Cleveland Forecast
Cleveland Interactive Weather Radar Winter Weather Center

Highs only in the teens will follow for Wednesday and Thursday. Cold winds will make the air feel brutally colder.


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