CLEVELAND — After waking up this morning to accumulating snow showers, the system that brought that snow is moving out while high pressure and clearer, drier air moves in. Along with a stiff west-northwest breeze this evening off of cool Lake Erie, we're expecting temperatures to hover around freezing overnight under partly to mostly cloudy skies.

Although it'll be another chilly start Saturday morning, you'll enjoy that "feel good" sunshine to get your weekend going. We're anticipating a few more clouds to build in Saturday afternoon; however, we'll keep things nice and dry with highs jumping into the mid 50s!

60s are back by Sunday, but it'll come with more clouds and scattered rain chances especially during the evening and overnight.

We're keeping our eyes on another strong area of low pressure (storm system) that's expected to move in early Monday that promises to bring with it, STRONG possibly DAMAGING WINDS to start the next workweek. Our trends are indicating the potential for powerful, sustained southwesterly winds between 20 to 40 mph with wind gusts pushing near 50 mph! We'll keep you updated as Monday approaches.

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