Blustery with scattered light snow Tuesday

It will be dry and warmer for St. Patrick's Day

DAYBREAK WEATHER: It will be cold and cloudy Tuesday morning with temperatures in the mid-20s and a wind chill in the mid-teens.

TUESDAY’S OUTLOOK: Tuesday will be mainly cold and blustery with winds of 10-15mph. The high will only be in the mid-30s with wind chills in the teens for the day. Snow showers will be off and on with an inch or less. Normal highs this time of year are in the low- to mid-40s, so we’re feeling the effect of the northwest winds bringing in cold air.

SNOW IN MARCH: Normal snow for the month is about 11.” We’re at just over 7″ currently.

COLD AND SNOW SHOWERS: In the next 24 hours, we’ll have blustery conditions and scattered snow showers. The best chance for snow will be Tuesday night and into Wednesday. Around an inch possible overnight with up to 2″ in northern Trumbull and Mercer counties.

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY UP NORTH: Heavier lake effect snows are possible for Crawford and Erie counties. 4″ to 6″ is possible there, through Wednesday.

WARMER WITH DRY WEEKEND: Temperatures will only manage to get to 30° on Friday. We’ll see a warmer and dry day for St. Patrick’s Day on Saturday. It’s expected to be partly sunny and 50° on Sunday.

SPRING ARRIVES: A week from today is the first day of spring — March 20. There is a chance for snow or rain showers though and a high in the lower-40s.

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