Snow is Probably Coming For Us Tonight, Because It's Cleveland


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Last weekend, Cleveland and its surrounding areas were bombarded with a light sprinkling of snow. Starting late this evening and flowing into tomorrow, however, the National Weather Service of Cleveland is predicting the first major snowfall of the year. We're talking up to a couple inches in some areas, combined with temperatures in the 20s and 30s. 

Tuesday's forecast is calling for a chance of early morning snowfall running through the afternoon with winds as high of 17 miles per hour.

More snow could be headed our way Thursday and Friday as well.

Anyone familiar with Cleveland weather patterns shouldn't exactly be surprised at this news, this is Northeast Ohio in November after all. But Scene does advise staying in tonight with blankets, soup, tea and significant others to help fend off the cold.

Learn more about staying safe in winter temperatures right here.

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