CLEVELAND, Ohio – Mild lake-impact showers are rising throughout Northeast Ohio, slowly turning into extra widespread with the heaviest snow on the east aspect. The snow might proceed late tonight, accumulating a most of four inches within the excessive northeast nook of the state, with most of Northeast Ohio taking a look at only a dusting.
This is what you might want to know for the night commute:
Whereas there is a good probability these commuting out of Cleveland to the west aspect will hit some mild snow, accumulations are anticipated to be slight, lower than 1 inch, and that is by means of the top of tonight. Meaning west siders should not encounter any dangerously snowy roads, and at most may discover some blowing snow decreasing visibility.
Relying on how far east you are commuting, there is a strong probability of encountering some inclement climate and snowy street circumstances. The heaviest snow bands are aligning themselves west to east throughout Lake and Ashtabula counties. That is the place you could discover the best accumulation, particularly later within the night, and the heaviest snow decreasing visibility. For those who’re driving by way of counties south of Lake and Ashtabula, you will possible encounter some snow however in a lot lighter quantities.
I will be reside tweeting through the commute to constantly spotlight the toughest hit areas, with updates on street circumstances as properly.
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Kelly Reardon is cleveland.com’s meteorologist. Please comply with me on Fb and Twitter @KellyRWeather.