A Put-in-Bay Harbor view remains one of the best ways to monitor island environmental changes. From foliage transitions to lake water level to wind impact, the OSU Gibraltar Classcam serves up information better than any weather prognosticator!
Nevertheless, here’s what NOAA says about the upcoming weekend:
Temperatures both at the surface and at 850mb will be marginal for the first several hours of the period, so expect a few hours of rain and/or a rain/snow mix before a transition to snow takes place as temps cool to or a couple degrees below freezing overnight Saturday. In general, precipitation should be confined to the snow-belt region of NE OH and NW PA, although light snow may sneak into western zones if any bands from Lake Michigan are directed into the county warning area. Locations along the immediate lakes shore will mostly see rain and non-accumulating snow due to the warming influence of Lake Erie.Saturday night`s lows will dip into the upper 20s to lower 30s, but the lake shore will likely be in the mid 30s.