TOLEDO (WTOL) - Mostly to partly sunny skies will be out across the area into the afternoon with highs in the low and middle 30s.
Much of the week ahead will be quiet with temperatures in the 30s for highs. A few light flurries late Tuesday and into Wednesday. Light snow again on Thursday afternoon will bring a chance of minor (Around 1″) of a snow accumulation.
FIRST ALERT DAYS have been issued for Saturday and Sunday for a potential significant winter storm. At this point, snow along with wind and the coldest air of the season are all possible. With current expectation, the storm would arrive on Saturday morning with steadier and possibly heavy snow at the peak of the storm Saturday evening.
Windy and colder weather will push in with continued snow into Sunday morning. Significant snow accumulation are possible, but it is far too early for a detailed accurate forecast on this. Look for updates on the potential of hazardous winter weather through the week as details become more clear.