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First snowflakes of the season have officially fallen in Northeast Ohio

Posted at 9:15 PM, Oct 31, 2019

CLEVELAND — The first snowflakes of the season have officially fallen on Halloween night, according to the National Weather Service.

Radar shows the first flakes have made their way to many places including Cleveland, Mansfield, Elyria, Strongsville, Parma and Ashland, among others.

The snowfall isn’t extreme, so there’s no need to get the shovels out just yet, but commuters should still take caution on the roads.

While it may be just a few flakes now, winter is making sure we know it’s just around the corner.

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