How much snow fell? View all amounts in Northeast Ohio


CLEVELAND, Ohio – How much snow did you get during Tuesday’s winter storm? Euclid accumulates wet, heavy snow from less than two inches to 10 centimeters in nearby Lyndhurst.

The snow is starting to narrow this afternoon, although according to the National Meteorological Service, the snow belt is still affected by the lake. The winter storm signal is valid until 10 a.m. Wednesday.

This pre-winter 2020, which has led to flight cancellations, multiple power outages and highway accidents, will be one of the largest in recent history.

The largest daytime snowfall in the last 20 years was February 2009, 10.9 inches. The last massive autumn two-day storm was on November 11-12, 1996, when, according to the National Meteorological Service, the total amount reached 13.9 inches.

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Here are the cumulative Tuesday parts of the snow in Cuyahoga County reported by the weather service:

Brecksville 4.9

Cleveland 5.3

Cleveland – Old Brooklyn 5.0

Cleveland Heights 5.1

Chagrin Falls 6.8

Euclid 1.8

Lyndhurst 10.0

North Royalton 8.2

Shaker Heights 9.0

Seven hills 7.8

Solon 7.8

South Euclid 6.8

Strongsville 6.5

Westlake 6.8

Here are the total snow numbers in Lake County:

Concord 3.8

Concord 7.7

Concord 6.3

Kirtland Hills 1.6

Southeastern mentor 5.4

Eastern mentor 1.5

Waite Hill 5.7

Here are the summaries of Geauga County:

Burton 5.8

Chardon 8.0

Montville 6.3

South Thompson 12.2

South Russell 7.2

South Madison 6.0

Heavy snow is possible until Wednesday afternoon. In addition, windy conditions can reduce visibility values ​​in northern Ohio and northwestern Pennsylvania.

Temperatures are expected to reach the 30s and 40s in the western part of the week, in front of clear, sunny skies.