By Ellyn Fritz| January 6, 2018 at 11:58 PM EST - Updated August 14 at 10:56 AM
After tying a record for the longest stretch of days below 20° in Toledo history, relief is finally around the corner! But not before a touch of snow.
Snow chances will develop late Sunday night and bring a small accumulation of 1 - 2" into your Monday morning commute. Good news, this snow won't stick around for long as temperatures will quickly climb above freezing into mid week.
By Thursday, you'll be reaching for your spring rain coats as highs climb into the 50s with scattered rain expected!
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