A shallow layer of cold air has settled into Northern Ohio. The front that came through will still have moisture traveling along it. The big problem will be when temperatures reach 32 degrees and below. We have rain in the forecast this evening. The rain is expected to change to an icy mix that could be some snow, freezing rain, or sleet overnight. This is not good for the morning drive tomorrow. Roads could be have a glaze of ice on them.
From Cleveland to Akron to Youngstown and all the way to Erie, Pa., record high temperatures were broken. At 10:52 a.m. the temperature at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport hit 70 degrees. The old record was 69 degrees set in 1930. At 12:21 p.m. the temperature at Akron-Canton Regional Airport reached 69 degrees. The old record high there was 67 degrees set in 2016. At Mansfield's Lahm Airport, it reached 67 degrees breaking the previous record of 66 degrees set in 2016 and 1930.
We will remain unseasonably warm tonight and windy. Many area temperatures remain above 60 degrees after the record breaking day. A strong cold front will track through tomorrow morning. Rain is in the forecast and much colder air builds in. Temperatures will quickly fall through the 50s then through the 40s. A shallow layer of cold air will establish itself Wednesday night. Temperatures will drop below freezing. We will still have moisture training along the cold front to our south.
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