Chief Meteorologist Eric Wilhelm's Forecast
Some sunshine will be followed by thickening clouds on Wednesday as a cold front tracks toward the Valley. Rain showers will become likely by early evening. The threat for a shower will continue into the overnight hours.
A grey, cold day is in store for Thursday and there could be a touch of rain at times, mainly in the morning.
Friday will be a decent day with sunshine gradually dimming behind increasing high clouds in the afternoon. A powerful low pressure system will drag a strong cold front through northeast Ohio and western Pennsylvania late Saturday. Rain will visit frequently and the wind will strengthen. Some gusts to 50-55 will be possible by late in the day.
In the wake of the front, a sharply colder day is in the forecast for Sunday and there will likely be some snow showers around.