Snow is returning to Northeast Ohio this week

Air from Siberia to send temperatures plunging from Texas to New England

Air from Siberia to send temperatures plunging from Texas to New England

Light accumulation is possible, however, any accumulation on the roads is unlikely.

Freezing-cold temperatures over the next few days could break records in the Triangle, weather forecasters say. It doesn't look like there will be much time for roads to dry, so there could be slick spots on the roads for the Tuesday evening commute.

Monday, Nov. 11: There will be mostly cloudy skies on Veterans Day with a high temperature in the low 50s.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy with L.E. snow showers.

National Weather Service meteorologist Kevin Donofrio said Saturday that the weather service's National Digital Forecast Database indicates that some 200 records might fall between Monday and Wednesday. The brunt of our snow will be south of I-96. Wind chill values are expected to be in the single digits above and below zero through Tuesday.

Additional lake effect totals will be significant in Berrien and Cass counties by late Tuesday/early Wednesday.

There is now an increasing likelihood that a new storm system will bring a wintry mix of precipitation to the region. The lake effect continues for most of Michiana, thanks to a constant NNW wind, Monday afternoon throughout Tuesday, with the bands breaking up Tuesday night. Highs in the upper teens to around 20s.

We have another round of light snow chances on Thursday before calming down to the end of the work week and start the week.

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