First Alert Forecast: Cold today, snow and a First Alert Day tomorrow

TOLEDO (WTOL) - A cold morning will be expected with mainly cloudy skies through midday and into the early afternoon. Some breaks in the clouds will be possible this afternoon, cold with highs in the middle 40s.

A First Alert Day for Friday as rain and snow showers are likely by daybreak on Friday morning. Snow showers, for a few hours will be most likely west of I-75 where minor slushy accumulations are possible on grassy surfaces and roof tops. Snow is expected to melt immediately on any roadways as it falls. A rain and snow mix is likely east of Toledo with no accumulation.

A few rain showers are expected into Friday afternoon, mixing back with snow showers near and after dark. A gusty, brisk and very cold breeze will kick back up Friday evening and drive some of the coldest air of the season for the weekend ahead.

It will be colder and windy into Saturday morning. Light snow showers are possible on Saturday morning and once again could bring just a slushy coating of snow. It will remain very cold with highs in the middle 30s. Frigid cold weather into next week expected too with a chance of more accumulating snow possible on Tuesday. Additional First Alert Days next week for the winter cold and snow chances. Winter is settling in early, folks!

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