A pattern change this week will be bringing warmer temperatures to the Cleveland Area.
As a result, warmer air moves Monday and lasting through the week.
Temperatures are expected to reach into the 30s on Monday and eventually near 40 by Wednesday.
A passing disturbance will provide a period of light snow late on Saturday afternoon and evening. Little accumulation is expected however.
With the rise in temperatures, the threat for wintry mix events will increase. Monday may feature just that as a disturbance moves in with temperatures around freezing. A little sleet may mix in the afternoon, but mainly snow is expected at night.
Generally dry conditions are expected by midweek although plenty of clouds will be around.
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