CLEVELAND — It wouldn’t be a Friday in April without a little snow to keep us on our feet.. The next round of wintry weather arrives Friday morning. With the Winter Weather Advisory in effect for Huron and Erie counties from 9:00 a.m. until 5 p.m. Friday, plan on widespread snow with accumulations of 1 to maybe even 3 inches in spots.
It's all about location, location, location. It depends entirely on where you are as some spots will experience mainly rain, others mainly snow.
The heaviest snow amounts will be across the norther-most counties of Ohio with a drastic cut-off of snowfall totals south of US Rt 224 and I-76. That's where rain will replace the snow by late morning or early afternoon.
The snow won’t come down all at once. It'll mix with rain and at times, both could be heavy. Plan for slushy and slick roads.
Commuters should expect ranging road conditions... From snow covered at times to ponding from rain. Drive with caution.
Temperatures are expected to be in the lower 30s and will increase into the mid 30s by midday, according to the Power of 5 Weather Team.
Light at the end of the tunnel
Come Saturday, we see relief with sun and temperatures increasing to the mid-50s.
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