A blast of arctic air will bring dangerous temperatures to Northeast Ohio starting Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.
Expect wind chill readings to drop down from -10 to -15 degrees through Friday, the Cleveland office says in a hazardous weather outlook issued today.
For Lorain County, there is a chance of snowshowers Tuesday, mainly between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. with a high just above the freezing mark. Expect less than half an inch.
Off-and-on snowfall is possible the rest of the week, with the chance of snow jumping to 70 percent Friday night. It is likely to turn into a rain-snow mix Saturday as temperatures peek into the low 40s.