Lake-effect snow season ramps up over Great Lakes

North County Again Target For Lake Effect Snow

Winter storm watch through Wednesday

Clipper #2 arrives Monday night.

A broad upper-level trough is to blame for Sunday's snow, with widespread flurries and more-intense bands off of the lakes, but that's just a taste of what's ahead for Tuesday and Wednesday.

Northern Trumbull County could see upwards of 5 inches or more of snow through Tuesday night caused by a storm system and by lake-effect snow. Cleveland could be looking at up to 5 or 6 inches, but I'll have a more accurate update out Monday for overall snow accumulations through Wednesday across all of Northeast Ohio.

A stronger wave will plow through later Monday evening and early on Tuesday, perhaps an inch or so of snow in the southern counties.

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The Winter Storm Watch affects Erie, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, and Wyoming Counties. Erie, Pennsylvania, and southwestern NY, as well as spots south of Lake Ontario, including Rochester and Syracuse, are where model guidance is dumping the heaviest accumulations.

The temperature will be bogged down between near high single digits to near 20 degrees from Tuesday evening through Wednesday evening before inching up to the mid-20s on Thursday, according to the weather service.

Wind gusts could reach about 30 miles per hour, according to the weather service.

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