Monday, November 11, 2013

Northern Ohio: First General Snowfall of the Season

We normally average about 5 inches or snow for the month of November. This Alberta Clipper coming in later this evening could bring that and more for parts of the snowbelt.  Here's how this will shape up?

Temps will climb into the mid 40s with some strong winds later today.

Rain will develop later in the afternoon. CLICK ON THE RADAR IMAGE BELOW FOR THE LATEST LOOP.

The high resolution model (HRRR) brings in the leading edge of the rain across northern Ohio by 3PM.

The transition from rain to wet snow will bring in the early evening and continue.

The initial snow from the front will give us about 1 to 3 inches of wet snow late evening and overnight. Then lake effect will develop primarily east and a bit south into northern Summit and Portage counties with a northwest wind.

The lake effect will give us an additional 1-3 inches tonight and Tuesday.

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