TOLEDO, Ohio — A band of light rain and snow will pass across the area today with very limited accumulations possible. With temperatures a few degrees above freezing most snow will melt on contact before all showers end during the afternoon.
This quick-moving weather system may slow down your morning commute.
Flurries and sprinkles will wrap up early Friday afternoon.
Dry, sunny weather will return Saturday! With temperatures in the mid-40s, it’ll feel great for the Miracle on Main in downtown Sylvania.
widespread soaking rain returns Sunday late afternoon and evening. Colder air filters down early next week resulting in some light snow showers. At this point no significant accumulations are expected.
THE BIG PICTURE
Buckle up! A more active and stormy weather pattern will evolve early next week with rain and snow showers possible with several storm systems that will impact the area.
Winter weather outlook: What influences a winter season?
Few things get more attention than the chill of another winter season ahead. Sure, the snow no doubt will be falling, to the glee of some and the despair of others. The mounds of snow and piles will grow, but recently, only a few Winters have been memorable.
The question is, how will this winter season measure up!
The First Alert Weather Team has been researching months of data. Let's dive into what may shape the winter season ahead with First Alert Chief Meteorologist Chris Vickers.
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