More Weather Swings Ahead

If you've grown tired of the swings in weather lately there will be more in the near future.

  Beautiful weather before Sunday snowfall

Weekend to Start out Bright

First Alert Forecast: Colder, windy day

First Alert Forecast: Dry, mild day with a few rain showers tonight

FIRST ALERT: finally a break from the winds

First Alert Forecast: Windy and colder today with light snow chances

Continued Coverage

FIRST ALERT: Winds increasing this evening

Up Next: Windy Weather, Snow and Potential Re-Freeze

First Alert Day: Ice Storm Warning - Extremely icy through mid-morning, snow tonight

First Alert Tonight & Tuesday: Icy Conditions Take Over

First Alert Day: Gloomy & Slippery Today, More Ice Ahead Tonight

First Alert Days Monday, Tuesday bring icy road conditions

First Alert Days: Wintry Mix Monday & Tuesday

First Alert Days have been issued for Monday and Tuesday as a pair of winter weather makers will create slick roads.

First Alert Forecast: Sunday snow showers begin in the afternoon

Sunshine gets swallowed up by clouds today and snow is likely in the afternoon.

Snowy Sunday ahead

Clouds will thicken up with snow arriving late into the afternoon.

Weekend may bring some snow

Chance of snow developing this weekend.

First Alert Forecast: Cold and windy, single digit wind chills

First Alert Day: Rain and possible record high temperatures

FIRST ALERT: Heavy Rain Showers Expected

First Alert Day: Rainy, Gloomy Day

First Alert Forecast: Turning cooler, freezing rain tomorrow morning

More rain this week, icy Wednesday ahead

First Alert Forecast: Mild today, rain arrives this afternoon

We will make a run to 50 degrees or warmer again today before rain showers arrive, most likely after 4 pm.

Rain and Wintry Weather Ahead This Week

This is going to be a messy week ahead, keep the rain boots and patience packed with this forecast!

Sunday temperatures heating up before mid-week cool down

The February thaw continues today with the high close to 50. Expect mostly cloudy skies with light southwest winds.

Even warmer weather ahead

Super Bowl Sunday is going to feel more like spring than early February!

Overnight Fog Ahead of Even WARMER Super Bowl Sunday!

Today’s high will cruise to the high 30′s with partly sunny skies. Great day to break that cabin fever!

Weekend: great chance to shake off cabin fever

A southwest breeze will bring temperatures above freezing Saturday afternoon. You can expect highs close to 40 degrees.

Chilly today with a major weekend warm-up ahead!

Most areas in the Toledo metro will be a coating to 1″. Higher accumulations, up to 2″ will be possible far south of Toledo.

Chance of light snow overnight; be ready for big warm-up for the weekend

Overnight tonight, it will be subzero early, with a chance of light snow. A minor accumulation less than 1 inch is possible in the Toledo area.

FIRST ALERT DAY: Second day of record-shattering cold, brutally cold wind chills

FIRST ALERT DAY for record-shattering cold this morning with lows of -10 to -20 through daybreak.

Brace yourself: The coldest night is ahead during this First Alert Day stretch

Be aware for the next 12 hours, there will be record lows tonight, with wind chills near 40 below zero.

FIRST ALERT DAY: Extreme, record-shattering cold

Wind chill warnings the entire day as wind chills will remain colder than -20 through the afternoon.

Avoiding the cold and boredom, how to have some indoor fun

So instead of just sitting around, why not do something fun all while avoiding the frigid outdoors.

First Alert Day: Very slippery morning, record-shattering cold ahead

Highs early today will be near 15 degrees then tumble again into the evening with record lows expected to be shattered tonight.

First Alert Forecast: Tuesday night turns rain showers to snow showers

Wednesday morning will be dangerously cold with wind chills near 40 below 0.

FIRST ALERT DAY: Snow today; extreme, record-shattering cold ahead

First Alert Day for light snow that will develop into the afternoon with accumulations possible.

Historic Cold Blast This Week

Some of the coldest weather that winter has to offer is headed our way this week, along with several chances for snow.

Watch for slippery, snow-covered roads this morning, First Alert Days start on Monday

Dangerous wind chill values could be as low as 40 below zero Thursday morning.

Snow tonight, big temperature drop next week

Light flurries will wrap up early for Sunday and clouds will decrease. Highs will reach the low 20s and lows will fall in the teens.

Light snow and a brisk week ahead

We are looking at a partly cloudy day today with temperatures in the low 20s. Tonight, snow is likely for southern counties with less than an inch of accumulation.

First Alert Forecast: First Alert Day until 10 a.m., Wind Chill Advisory until 1 p.m. for bitter wind chills

Winds gusting past 30 mph this morning will have wind chills dropping from -5 to -15 degrees with actual temperatures falling through the teens to near single digits.

First Alert Forecast: Black ice, return to cold

A refreeze of yesterday’s rain will cause patchy black ice on some side streets this morning as temperatures fall back below freezing.

First Alert Forecast: Icy conditions through late morning, rain rest of the day

By afternoon rain will continue with highs in the low 40s and winds gusting toward 25mph.

  First Alert Forecast: Did someone order rain with a wintry mix for Tuesday night?

Friday and Saturday are being called FIRST ALERT days due to the chance of accumulating snow and the bitterly cold weather to start the weekend

First Alert Forecast: Slippery roads and freezing wind chill cause morning delays

Slippery and icy secondary roads will cause some school delays and travel issues, especially in rural areas.

Temperatures drop below zero Monday evening

Monday night, expect temperatures to fall below zero toward midnight, then warm slowly toward daybreak with increasing clouds.

Lake Erie Ice Quickly Expanding

The sudden drop in temperatures has been a shock to Lake Erie with ice now quickly forming.

First Alert Forecast: First Alert Day for Extreme Cold

A Wind Chill Advisory will remain in place for the entire area through mid morning.

First Alert Continues: Bitter Cold Overnight

This will easily be the coldest night of the season so far with lows well below zero.

Subzero wind chills on the way this afternoon

We are looking at bitterly cold, frigid-feeling temperatures this morning with widespread blowing and drifting of snow.

Winter storm pummels NW Ohio with high winds, drifting snow, extreme cold to follow

On Sunday lake-effect snow showers are possible with north winds gusting to 25 mph. Even in the middle of the day wind chill readings will be subzero.

Significant snowfall is ramping up

Expect the strongest winds after 4 p.m. and through the evening. A winter storm is in effect until Sunday at 4 a.m.

First Alert Day Forecast: Steady snow arrives

Light snow initially this morning will become steady and heavier midday and into the afternoon. Low visibility, gusty winds and widespread blowing snow will be expected.

First Alert Day forecast: Get ready for daylong snow on Saturday

On Saturday, be ready for snow all day long. Northeast winds 10-25 gusting to 35 mph will cause significant blowing and drifting. Total accumulations in the Toledo area as much as 7 inches by 8 p.m. with drifts over a foot.

First Alert Forecast: Winter storm will bring heavy snow, poor travel conditions

FIRST ALERT DAYS remain in effect for Saturday and Sunday for our winter storm and Monday for frigid cold.

First Alert Forecast: Snow today; eyes on First Alert Days for Saturday, Sunday, Monday

Lighter accumulations are possible with many areas around 1″, possibly up to 2″ in spots.

Light snow may impact Thursday’s afternoon commute; be prepared for First Alert Days this weekend

Light snow will develop Thursday and will affect the afternoon commute. Temperatures will be near 32 degrees, which can create very slippery conditions on roads.

First Alert Forecast: Snow Ahead Tomorrow and More Accumulation This Weekend

A Winter Weather Advisory this morning through 10 a.m. for possible slippery travel due to some freezing light mist or drizzle and flurries.

First Alert forecast update: Focus remains on potential weekend storm; flurries possible tonight, tomorrow

FIRST ALERT DAYS are up for Saturday and Sunday. A storm system will track across the plains -- a favorable storm track similar to some of our biggest snow storms. This could be a long duration snow with over 6 inches possible, plus blowing and drifting.

First Alert Forecast: Focus remains on potential weekend storm

Look for updates on the potential of hazardous winter weather through the week as details become more clear.

Temps falling quickly tonight into the teens; First Alert Days give advance warning for weekend weather

While it is not possible to get a detailed local forecast five days out, we are giving you advance warning that this storm has the capability of six inches or more of snow and blowing snow.

First Alert Forecast: Sunshine This Afternoon, Possible Weekend Winter Storm!

Slippery and icy untreated roads will be expected, causing some delays out the door - mainly south of Toledo.

Frigid Monday Morning, Watching Next Weekend

Winter is back and looks to only tighten its grip over the next week. Highs this week will either be at or just a few degrees above freezing, meaning most of the snow on the ground will stay there.

Cold, windy weather to wrap up weekend

Expect mostly cloudy skies and brisk temperatures today. Highs will linger in the low 30s.

1 - 3” of snow expected across the area

Accumulations will range from Trace - 1″ in SE Michigan, 1 - 2″ near the turnpike and 2 - 3″+ south of Bowling Green.

Light snow moving in this afternoon, blustery night ahead

The Michigan border down to Bowling Green could receive 1/2″ to 1″ before midnight. Counties south of Bowling Green and west to the Indiana border could see a bit more snow, 2″ or more.

First Alert Forecast: Cold Today, Weekend Snow Ahead

The weekend will bring a chance of snow showers, especially on Saturday.

Thursday into Friday is coldest night of the stretch

Friday will be a quiet day. Expect a mild afternoon with high near freezing.

First Alert Forecast: Cold, brisk weather all day

More January cold into the afternoon with temperatures in the upper 20s. Wind and wind chill will remain brisk all afternoon.

Prepare for the cold-weather blast Thursday and Friday

A storm system will be moving by to the south into the weekend.

First Alert Forecast: Light morning snow showers start the return to colder weather

The quick return to much colder weather may create slippery travel, especially on bridges and overpasses, travel with caution.

Showers/storms ending early this evening; expect blast of much colder air

It will be very cold through late week, though there is not much chance of any snow Wednesday through Friday.

First Alert Forecast: Rain showers, warmth today before cold front brings snow showers

Additional midday and early afternoon rain showers will be possible as the cold front arrives.

More rain is likely Tuesday; brace for blast of much colder air Wednesday

The weekend will bring a chance of snow to the area. It is a bit too early to commit, so look for updates in our forecast this week.

Winter weather to make a comeback mid-week

Our mild stretch of January will continue early this week, but an end is in sight.

Afternoon and evening showers ahead

Our mild stretch of January will continue early this week, but an end is in sight. Highs will reach toward 50 degrees this afternoon.

Breezy Start To The Week, Big Temperature Swings Coming!

Our mild stretch of January doesn’t immediately end this week, but an end is in sight.

Partly sunny and cool Sunday

It’s a beautiful winter day with the temperature around 38 degrees with a light breeze.

Gray and windy before soaking showers

Saturday will stay clear and turn crisp with lows dropping into the upper 20s.