While a weak system looks to bring a light coating of snow to Northwest Ohio on Christmas Eve, a much more significant winter storm is set to impact the area on Wednesday.
A strong area of low pressure will build out of the southwest and track towards the Lower Great Lakes, bringing very blustery conditions, and the potential for accumulating snow the day after Christmas.
Depending on the exact track of the storm, parts of Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan could brace for up to 4"-6" of snow during the midweek.
At this time, there is still quite a bit of uncertainty in the models, and the track of the storm may shift by the time the storm reaches our area. The exact track of the system will have huge implications for snowfall amounts across the region.
Stay with the WNWO weather team for the latest on storm developments.