More snow, windy conditions expected: Northeast Ohio’s Wednesday weather forecast

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Northeast Ohio can expect more snow on Wednesday. (


CLEVELAND, Ohio - Another major winter storm system is expected to move through the area starting Wednesday morning bringing potentialy heavy snow and strong winds.

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect starting 5 a.m. tomorrow morning and is scheduled to expire at 4 in the afternoon. The timing of the storm’s arrival could make for a hazardous morning commute with slippery road conditions, while blowing snow could also impact visibility on the roads.

The National Weather Service’s forecast calls for highs to reach the upper 30s with snow transitioning to a mix and then to rain as temperatures climb. Breezy conditions could see south winds top 20 mph at times. Rain will transition back to snow overnight with much of the area expected to see between 3-4 inches of snow by the end of day. Several inches of additional snow are possible on Thursday as breezy conditions continue. Thursdays highs will top out around 30.

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A look at what Northeast Ohioans can expect on Wednesday. (NWS)

Cleveland daylight conditions

Cleveland gains 2 minutes of daylight tomorrow.

Cleveland sunrise - 7:45 a.m.

Cleveland sunset - 5:34 p.m.

Extended forecast for Northeast Ohio

Snow showers will taper off after midnight as lows drop to around 20. Friday looks to be mostly cloudy with highs around 30.

Ohio regional radar

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