CLEVELAND – The first winter storm of the season threw several inches of snow into much of the area, with some seeing 8 to 10 inches up. More snow is expected in the counties during the winter storm signs.
The performance of five Trent Magill meteorologists in the late morning provided information on the summary of the snowfall and what to expect for the rest of the day. Check your weather forecast again in the following media player:
Tuesday morning fresh information about the winter storm
Winter storm warnings continue on Tuesday in much of Northern Ohio, with winter weather advice valid for Youngstown, Canton, Wooster and Mansfield.
Overnight snowfall ranged from a total of 3 to 6 inches, with some spots in South Lorain, the North Medina, and the extremely southwest of Cuyahoga County being 6 to 9 inches.
Areas under winter weather advice were given 1-4 centimeters from Mansfield through Canton to Youngstown overnight.
Our forecast is well on its way to snow today. Fortunately, we can expect an additional 2-4 inches in the warning area for the counties of Erie and Huron during the day, and an additional 4-6 inches for the counties of Lorain, Medina, Northern Summit, Northern Portage and Northern Trumbull.
The winners of Tuesday’s snow raffle are likely to be in the eastern suburbs of Ashtabula, Lake, Geauga and Cuyahoga counties, where up to 10 inches of snow can accumulate.
Further dusting is expected until 2 centimeters of new snowfall from Youngstown through Canton to Wooster and Ashland.
The snow is expected to blow from west to east later on Tuesday afternoon and evening, for everyone, with only a few late snowfalls left east of Cleveland on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings.
The chills from Tuesday to Wednesday hang among teenagers.
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