Up to 6 inches of snowfall possible by Monday night

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Weather service forecasters in Buffalo say, however, those counties could get more snow if the storm moves farther west than now projected. However, with the snow expected to still be in full swing for the morning commute, Northeast Ohioans could run into some slick conditions. "If this scenario occurs much less snow will be likely, even well inland". High pressure moves in behind our cold front, allowing for clouds to clear, and mostly sunshine to return before noon. South wind around 8 miles per hour. The chance of precipitation is 100 percent with total daytime snow accumulation of around 5 inches.

The area is under a winter weather advisory because of an expected two to four inches of snow today.

Wednesday night, the low will be around 19, with a calm wind becoming south 5 to 8 miles per hour after midnight, according to the weather service.

Tomorrow's high is 45 degrees with an 80% chance for a wintry mix becoming all rain.

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Overnight lows will be between -5 degrees inland to 2 degrees in the city, with light southwest winds shifting to create wind chill readings below zero.

Thursday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 44. Afternoon highs will warm from the 30s Wednesday to near 50° Thursday and near 60° Friday.

Meteorologists say the precipitation should end rather quickly from northwest to southeast Wednesday night. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 11. Areas along the coast will change first during late in the morning. Get the latest breaking headlines sent straight to your inbox.

Here in the Q-C metro area look for snow mainly after 1 p.m. It is expected to be mostly cloudy, with a high near 41.

"So there is a chance of some more snow heading into the area for next weekend", he added. Otherwise, cloudy, with a low around 60.

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