Winter weather advisory for four northeastern Ohio counties begins Saturday

The advisory affects Cuyahoga, Lake, Ashtabula and Gewuga counties.

Cleveland — Let’s go again! It tracks the storm system with snow that started Saturday afternoon in several northeastern Ohio counties through Sunday.

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The National Weather Service released winter weather information for the following counties from 2:00 pm Saturday through 2:00 am Sunday.

  • Cuyahoga
  • lake
  • Geoga
  • Ashtabra

Lake effect snow is expected from this system, with 2 to 4 inches of total snow depth expected on and near the shores of Lake Erie, and 3 to 6 inches of total snow cover in the highlands of Lake County. Affected counties could experience gusts of wind as high as 45 miles per hour.

“This is by no means widespread snow, but where the lake-effect snow belt continues, we could soon see a few inches of snow from Saturday night through early Sunday,” said Matt, senior meteorologist at 3News. Wintz explains.

Motorists should plan for slippery road conditions and poor visibility during advisories. The National Weather Service adds that a maximum snowfall rate of 1 inch per hour is expected, especially from Saturday evening through Sunday morning before dawn.

Wintz said Sunday will see lingering snow, mostly early in the morning, with clear skies for the rest of the day. Late 30s at most and still cold. With spring coming, expect a great recovery next week! Temperatures are 40 he’s back to 50 and plenty of sun at the start of the week.

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https://www.wkyc.com/article/weather/winter-weather-advisory-4-northeast-ohio-counties/95-88e9ff45-538a-4fe0-bde3-c9cca5985991 Winter weather advisory for four northeastern Ohio counties begins Saturday

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