Cold Sunday to Follow Snowstorm in Cleveland

By , Senior Meteorologist
December 14, 2013; 2:10 PM
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Play video An expert analysis on the Midwest-Northeast snowstorm is given in the above video.

Saturday's snowstorm in Cleveland will give way to a cold end to the weekend.

The snowstorm that kicked off the weekend in Cleveland tapered off Saturday night, but not before accumulating between 4 and 8 inches.

Airline passengers, motorists and those with activities face more headaches.

Cold weather and a couple of snow showers will follow the snowstorm on Sunday. It is not out of the question for a fresh coating to an inch or so in the typical snowbelts of northeastern Ohio.

Temperatures will plummet into the teens Sunday night followed by high temperatures in the low 20s Monday.

Detailed Cleveland Forecast
Cleveland Interactive Weather Radar Winter Weather Center

Brisk winds will create frigid RealFeel® temperatures in the single digits throughout Sunday. The wind will also blow and drift Saturday's snow around.

Those heading to FirstEnergy Stadium to watch the Cleveland Browns host the Chicago Bears will definitely want to bundle up.

Milder weather will return Tuesday and Wednesday.


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