TOLEDO, Ohio — Brighter skies and sunshine will be expected early today with a colder and brisk winter feel. It will be partly sunny with with increasing clouds in to the afternoon with highs today in the upper 20s to near 30 degrees.
It will be cold the rest of the work week with highs in the upper 20s. Temperatures tomorrow morning will be cold, falling back in the mid teens.
The first full moon of the new year will happen Thursday evening. It is expected to be cold and mainly clear for good viewing.
The weekend will return back into the low and middle 30s for highs.
A storm system late on Saturday and into Sunday will bring a sloppy rain and snow mix back into the area. Minor snow accumulations possible on Sunday.
There's an incredible West Coast storm underway. Now through Friday will bring several FEET of snow. Up to 10 feet possible in some of the highest mountain passes.
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WINTER WEATHER OUTLOOK
A forecast for an entire winter season can be complex and challenging. It's similar to baking a cake; if you forget the butter or sugar, the cake will be a bust.
Similar to weather, you may have many of the ingredients that give clues to how this season may turn out. But if they don't all come together just right, the outcome may be quite different.