Get ready for strong winds across northeast OH and northwestern Pennsylvania tonight through about mid morning Sunday with some snow to follow Sunday afternoon and evening. Frost is likely to develop north of I-10 Monday morning; so keep this in mind if you have plants that may need protection. The strongest winds are expected early Monday morning.* Locations include.Summer Lake, Paisley and along Hwy 31 between those locations. Strong thunderstorms are possible for Saturday afternoon and evening as a strong cold front moves across the region. Sunday night brings 30 to 40 percent chances of more snow and temperatures dropping to around 20 degrees.
Sunday will be partly sunny, and windy with gusts upwards of 40mph. Looking into next week's forecast, on Thanksgiving the high will be 54 with mostly sunny skies, according to forecasters. South wind around 18 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 40 miles per hour.
Much colder air will spill in behind the storms and cold front dropping temperatures quickly into the 40s, and down to 30s by daybreak Sunday. West wind 10 to 15 miles per hour. Overnight lows fall into the lower 30s. The morning started pretty cold with many seeing lows in the 20s, but a south wind today allowed for just enough mild air to push in to make for a plain rain setup as opposed to a winter weather setup. Precipitation: On and off rain and snow showers.
We'll stay below average from Tuesday to Thanksgiving day but we'll be dry as a Northerly wind will continue to be the main driver in our forecast. That brings us to the busiest travel day of the year on Wednesday, and a possible small bump along our otherwise nice weather road.
Sunday... Mostly sunny, and around 50 for the high.