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Despite a rise in temperatures for the early weekend in Cleveland, colder air will return to finish out the month of March.
Rain will move into the area Saturday changing over to snow by Saturday night.
We are not expecting a big storm, but there could be a strip of snow that will stretch across the region with accumulations ranging anywhere from a coating to maybe an inch or two. A wintry mix may also fall over portions of Indiana, northern and western Pennsylvania, upstate New York, as well as northern and western New England.
The wintry mess will depart Sunday, and a nice warmup with conditions more like spring will move into the region for the start of next week.
For the last day of March, temperatures will rise into the low 60s, providing the city with some relief from wintry weather.
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