Prepare… We’re monitoring our first important winter storm of the season that may influence all of Northeast Ohio with accumulating snow.
CLEVELAND — Right here. We. Go.
Our first impactful snow occasion of the season is nearly right here, and it is anticipated to dump heavy snow all through Northeast Ohio late Monday into Wednesday.
“That is going to be that heavy, heavy snow,” 3News meteorologist Hollie Strano mentioned early Monday. “The sort of snow that you just actually must watch out so far as shoveling and issues like that.”
LIVE RADAR | Observe the winter storm
Strano mentioned northern counties can anticipate 5-9+ inches of snow. Areas additional inland are predicted to get 3-6 inches. The far southeast part of the 3News viewing space, nonetheless, can anticipate 2-Four inches.
If you need to exit within the snow, ODOT is asking all drivers to be conscious of the plows and to maintain sufficient distance.
“Journey might be very tough to unattainable,” in line with the Nationwide Climate Service.
There are additionally a sequence of climate alerts from the Nationwide Climate Service which have been issued all through the realm. You may see how your space is impacted by scrolling by the climate alerts under.
WINTER STORM WARNING: In impact from 7 p.m. Monday till 10 a.m. Wednesday. 3News’ Hollie Strano mentioned these areas can anticipate to see 5-9+ inches of snow. “Journey might be very tough to unattainable,” in line with the Nationwide Climate Service.
CURRENT WEATHER ALERTS | See how your space is impacted
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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY: In impact from 7 p.m. Monday till 1 a.m. Wednesday.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY: In impact from 1 a.m. Tuesday till 7 a.m. Wednesday.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY: In impact from 7 a.m. Tuesday till 1 p.m. Wednesday
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