Temps will be falling through the course of the day Thursday. As a cold front sweeps through the area, arctic air could move in. Highs in the 40s early with afternoon temps in the 30s with cloudy and windy conditions.
Arriving tonight after sunset, roughly around 7-11 p.m. comes the first round of snow. All or most activity will occur south of Toledo. Little to no activity will occur near or north of the Ohio/Michigan border.
Expect a mix of some ice pellets and snowflakes resulting in icy/slushy road conditions. Still, there will be little accumulation tonight because the ground is still a bit too warm. Snow will likely melt on contact with a few icy patches developing. Overnight lows will drop to the upper 20s.
Highs fail to rise above the freezing point Friday. Snow will pick up in intensity midday and into the afternoon hours. Some times there will be low visibility, otherwise, snowfall will taper off just after rush hour and into the evening.
-Little to no activity will occur near or north of the Ohio/Michigan border
-Just a dusting in the Toledo area - if that
-South of the Ohio Turnpike will be 1-2''
-2'' is on the higher end of the spectrum
-2-3'' for counties in our far southern viewing area, such as Allen, Hardin and Wyandot
A very cold weekend is ahead. Low temperatures may drop near 10 by Sunday morning.
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