Celeste Houmard and Scott Sabol
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CLEVELAND (WJW) – If you’re looking for some snow in the forecast, this week could be for you.
The National Weather Service has announced a lake effect snow warning for Lake, Geauga and Ashtabula counties. The warning goes into effect Monday at 7 a.m. for Lake and Ashtabula and at 7 p.m. for Geauga. Ends for everything Wednesday at 7 am.
A lake effect snow warning also goes into effect at 9 pm for Cuyahoga County and lasts until midnight Tuesday night.
A winter weather advisory goes into effect at 1 am and lasts until 7 pm Tuesday for Portage County. It also goes into effect from Monday at 7 pm to Tuesday at 7 am for Trumbull County.
We will have scattered drizzle with some snow showers in the east this morning. Limited accumulations. Wet pavement elsewhere.
Most of the area today will be snow free with the exception of the belt of snow later tonight. Several inches of rapid accumulation in the late afternoon/evening to the east… late afternoon snow showers along the coast.
Overnight the front passes. General snow band between 3am and 9am with a quick dusting of 3-6″ snow across much of the area. A messy ride on Tuesday morning.
Future broadcast tonight/Tuesday:
Snowfall forecast from 2 a.m. to 10 a.m. Tuesday
SNOW FALL TUESDAY: General snow will be heaviest Tuesday morning between 3 a.m. and 9 a.m. Visibility will be reduced and travel will be difficult on Tuesday morning. This will fade after heavier lake effect snow with heavy snowfall of 1-2″ per hour Tuesday and into the afternoon/evening across the snow belt..
Snow is forecast Tuesday night/early through Tuesday afternoon.
- Active pattern (SW to NE storm track), as described two weeks ago, will continue during the first 2 weeks of december.
- Temperatures seem to moderate in the middle of the month
Here is the 8 day forecast:
How do we derive precipitation percentages?
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