Comply with together with real-time updates because the snow and colder temperatures transfer all through Northeast Ohio.
CLEVELAND — In case you’ve been dreaming of a white Christmas, you are in luck! We’re anticipating a number of inches of snow to pile up Thursday into Friday.
That is proper! Northeast Ohio is within the path of a winter storm that is anticipated to carry accumulating snow from Christmas Eve into Christmas Day. Lake impact snow will even be concerned, bringing even larger accumulations — upwards of 10+ inches — within the main snow belt.
However that is not all… A lot colder air comes with the winter storm, and driving situations could possibly be troublesome at instances, too.
Here is a peek at projected snowfall totals by way of Saturday morning:
Under are time-stamped updates of how the winter storm is impacting Northeast Ohio. Make sure you refresh this web page often for the most recent updates, which is able to seem on the prime of the weblog beneath.
LIVE RADAR: Monitor the snow in your space
1:22 p.m. We’ll simply depart this right here…
1:16 p.m. If you do not have to journey tonight, you possibly can all the time hunker down and watch Santa Claus on his journey around the globe with the NORAD Santa tracker.
1:01 p.m. A take a look at the present temperatures:
12:55 p.m. 3News’ Matt Standridge gives an up to date take a look at the radar:
12:51 p.m. 3News’ Matt Wintz gives an up to date take a look at potential snow totals:
12:45 p.m. Listed below are the latest climate alerts from the Nationwide Climate Service…
WINTER STORM WARNING
In impact from 1 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 24 till 7 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 26:
In impact from 1 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 24 till 1 p.m. Friday, Dec. 25:
In impact from 1 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 24 till 7 a.m. Friday, Dec. 25:
12:02 p.m. A take a look at how the storm is anticipated to affect the realm:
11:32 a.m. The snowflakes have not even began flying but, however ODOT stated their crews are already out treating roadways throughout the state:
10:18 a.m. ODOT stated they’re ready for the incoming winter storm with greater than 250 plow drivers able to dispatch. Crews will work across the clock in 12-hour shifts: