First Alert Day: Rainy, Windy Election Day

TOLEDO (WTOL) - First Alert Day: A few scattered light showers or drizzle. Very strong and gusty winds. Southwest winds of 20-30 mph may gust 35 to 40 mph into the afternoon.

A powerful cold front has passed through the area and will continue to drop temperatures into the upper 40s by late afternoon. It will remain windy into the afternoon for those traveling to the polls on this Election Day. Dry weather returns tonight and into tomorrow. Much cooler and brisk on Wednesday with highs in the middle and upper 40s.

The first widespread chances of snow showers will arrive on Friday morning with a few chance of snow into the beginning of the weekend.

Some of the coldest weather of the season will arrive into the weekend with highs likely in the 30s. More snowflakes and snow showers are possible this weekend and into early next week.

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