I promised you 2 forecasts for the price of one, and I always follow through on a promise!
At 551EST, the temperature in Youngstown, OH was 22 degrees under overcast skies. A cold front is working its way through the Great Lakes, kicking up some snow showers along the lakefront. Some of this activity is expected to swing through the area during the overnight hours. A weak wedge of high pressure will move overhead for the daytime hours tomorrow, giving the area a brief break. A disturbance that will work its way from the Dakotas today into the Mid-MS River Valley tomorrow (as mentioned in my Joplin forecast) will swing its way into the Ohio Valley on Thursday, but will weaken as it does. This is expected to bring some more snow showers to the area, but shouldn’t be of any huge consequence. If anything, both rounds of snow over the next 2 days will just be a nuisance as opposed to anything hugely problematic.
Wednesday: A few scattered morning snow showers, then dry for afternoon. High 18, Low 6.
Thursday: Scattered evening snow showers. High 13, Low 0.
TWC: Wednesday: Partly cloudy, some snow showers. High 21, Low 5.
Thursday: Morning snow showers. High 20, Low 4.
AW: Wednesday: Frigid, morning snow showers. High 19, Low 6.
Thursday: Cloudy, some snow; frigid. High 15, Low 2.
NWS: Wednesday: Early morning snow showers possible, then mostly cloudy. High 20, Low 5.
Thursday: Chance of snow showers. High 14, Low 1.
WB: Wednesday: Scattered morning snow showers, then mostly cloudy. High 18, Low 7.
Thursday: Scattered snow showers. High 14, Low 1.
WN: Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, a few morning light snow showers. High 21, Low 5.
Thursday: More scattered light snow showers. High 14, Low 1.
FIO: Wednesday: Mostly cloudy throughout the day. High 19, Low 8.
Thursday: Light afternoon snow. High 17, Low 5.
It’s a pretty cloudy day over the region as the front works through. Looks like it’ll be a relatively active couple of days in the Great Lakes.
[Update] Here is the video forecast, created earlier in the day.