Hey, everyone. Let’s take a look at the Great Lakes today, and turn our eye to the sky.
At 1024PM, ET, Canton was reporting a temperature of 36 degrees with overcast skies and flurries. A significantly weakening upper level low is moving through the Great Lakes, providing the light snow showers currently seen in Canton. At the southern end of the feature, moisture is being wrapped around the entire low and not driven off of Lake Erie, which is keeping accumulations at bay, or at the very least, nearer to Ashtabula.
A relatively heavy round of snow is shifting towards the West Virginia Panhandle and western Pennsylvania, but the threat for snow is not over in Canton. A secondary boundary was evident on radar from Dayton to Owensboro, Kentucky, and could be extrapolated towards Sandusky. Through mid morning tomorrow, this band will fill in and present a chance for flurries. The upper level trough will dampen and allow warm air to reemerge in northeastern Ohio, but it will take it’s time, waiting until Friday morning. Thursday will be a chilly day, therefore, but expect a sunny rebound under emergent high pressure on Friday.
Tomorrow – Flurries in the morning, High 40, Low 32
Friday – Mostly sunny, High 43, Low 30
TWC: Tomorrow – Overcast, High 43, Low 32
Friday – Sunny skies. High 49, Low 31
AW: Tomorrow – A couple of flurries in the morning; otherwise, breezy with clouds breaking for some sun High 44, Low 34
Friday – Partly sunny High 47, Low 31
NWS: Tomorrow -A slight chance of rain and snow showers before 11am, then a slight chance of rain showers between 11am and 1pm. Cloudy, High 43, Low 32
Friday – Sunny High 45, Low 30
WB: Tomorrow – Cloudy. A chance of snow showers in the morning, little or no snow accumulation. High 43, Low 33
Friday – Mostly Sunny, High 45, Low 30
WN: Tomorrow – Mostly Cloudy with Chance of Light Wintry Mix High 43, Low 34
Friday – Mostly Sunny High 45, Low 30
FIO: Tomorrow – Light snow in the morning. High 43, Low 33
Friday – Foggy in the morning. High 49, Low 31
Here is a look at the entire Great Lakes on radar, so you can get a good picture of what I described above. It won’t be snowy for too long tomorrow, and then a nice warm up!