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    First Snowflakes of the Season for Cleveland Area

    By , AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist
    October 24, 2013; 8:56 PM ET
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    It will feel more like Thanksgiving around the Cleveland area through the end of the week and some locations will get snow as well.

    As the coldest air of the season so far flows across the Great Lakes and into the Ohio Valley and Appalachians, wet snowflakes can mix in at times along with chilly rain showers.

    Some grassy surfaces away from the lake will be whitened every now and then through Friday.

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    From the northeastern corner of Ohio to northwestern Pennsylvania and western New York, areas away from the lake will pick up 1 to 3 inches of snow with locally 6 inches into Friday morning, mainly on grassy and elevated surfaces. However, some roads and sidewalks during the late-night and morning hours can be slushy and slippery.

    Highs temperatures through the end of the week will remain in the upper 40s, while temperatures will tap into the lower 50s for the weekend.

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