Friday will start with damp conditions after some overnight light rain and snow. We expect clouds and some intervals of sunshine throughout the day with afternoon temperatures approaching 50 degrees. A touch of rain and wet snow is in the forecast again late Friday and early Friday night.
It seems unlikely that there will be enough snow to cause a delay tomorrow evening in Cleveland. Probably some flurries and certainly blustery and cold! pic.twitter.com/gZm42iDscH— StormTracker 21 (@StormTracker21) April 5, 2018
A fresh batch of arctic air will settle over the region for the weekend. Despite a good deal of sunshine each day, temperatures will remain well below-average Saturday and Sunday. A few rain and snow showers will cross Ohio and western Pennsylvania early in the new work week.
A welcome warming trend will occur late next week into the weekend. Beyond that, temperatures are likely to cool some but a return of the early April harsh cold is unlikely.