Cleveland: Midweek Storm Followed by Colder Weather

By , Senior Meteorologist
March 10, 2014; 4:40 AM ET
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A snowstorm is unfolding for those around the Cleveland are for Wednesday followed by a shot of frigid air.

Snow will last through much of Wednesday with snowfall rates exceeding 1 inch an hour at times.

This can quickly lead to slick roadways and cause flight delays and cancelations. If you plan on traveling in this weather, you should allow for extra time to reach your destination.

The snow is forecast to taper off Wednesday night as the cold air pours in across the region with total snow accumulations between 6 and 12 inches.

Detailed Cleveland Forecast
Cleveland Interactive Weather Radar Winter Weather Center

A frigid Thursday will unfold in the wake of the snowstorm. Temperatures this day will struggle to reach the middle 20s.


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