CLEVELAND — Another snow band is headed for counties east of Cleveland.
The band will impact Trumbull, Geauga, Cuyahoga, Lake, and Ashtabula counties until 7:15 p.m.
The Power of 5 Weather team says there are still some slick spots on the roads from last's storm. Very cold air slides in Tuesday night with lows from about 8 degrees to near zero.
Winter Weather Advisory
The advisory is in effect until 1 a.m. for the following counties:
- Geauga County.
- Lake County.
- Ashtabula County.
- Cuyahoga County.
What to expect the rest of the day
Power of 5 Chief Meteorologist Mark Johnson gives an update on what to expect as arctic air arrives in Northern Ohio.
How much snow did you get?
The National Weather Service released snowfall observations taken during the past 12-24 hours across counties in Northern Ohio. Click here for the full list.
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PHOTO GALLERY: Winter storm covers Northeast Ohio in a blanket of snow
Kent State snowball fight
Hundreds of people at Kent State University had some childhood fun with an old-fashioned snowball fight late Monday night. Watch it here.
Road conditions during Tuesday's morning commute
Heavy snow ended before 7 a.m. Tuesday. Just a few scattered snow showers will linger into Tuesday afternoon. The Tuesday evening commute should be much better.
News 5 photojournalist Mike Vielhaber captured conditions early Tuesday in Downtown Cleveland near Playhouse Square.
Next is downtown Cleveland. Wind was brutal along Euclid in Playhouse Square. City plows were getting things cleaned up. pic.twitter.com/OsHTihcmbO— Mike Vielhaber (@MVielhaber) February 16, 2021
Video from photojournalist Dave Kraska shows conditions in Brunswick, Strongsville and along I-90 in Downtown Cleveland.
Multiple cities and towns across Northeast Ohio have instituted parking bans for the winter storm. See an updated list of parking bans here.
ODOT crews cleaning up snow
As of 4 a.m. Tuesday, the Ohio Department of Transportation had about 1,243 crews across the state plowing and treating the roads.
Photojournalist Mike Vielhaber captured ODOT treating several highways ahead of the morning rush hour.
Here's what I-271, I-480 and I-77 looked like around 4am. ODOT has some pavement showing and are getting things opened up. In my experience they're doing pretty good for 4am and should have most highways in decent shape by 6am. pic.twitter.com/H7y0eqYaiJ— Mike Vielhaber (@MVielhaber) February 16, 2021
Winter activities begin
Brian Musick captured a video of an individual out on the Cuyahoga River Monday, skating around the ice with a hockey stick in hand and taking full advantage of the winter weather.
Schools and programs across Northeast Ohio announced they will be closed on Tuesday due to winter storm. More here.
Snow emergency levels
Counties across Northeast Ohio have issued snow emergency levels. Click here to see what level your county is under.
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