With another wave of snow headed our way, stay up-to-date with weather and weather-related changes here.
Residents across Northeast Ohio are waking up to snow following heavy snowfall early Thursday morning. While most of the snow has stopped, there are lingering pockets that may produce snowfall for the morning commute.
If the track of this incoming system maintains, we could easily see 1-3" across the area by tomorrow morning. Higher amounts the farther Northeast you go. Cleveland has a good shot at 4-5" by morning. Be prepared! pic.twitter.com/l9uWJuhxDV
— ⚡JD Rudd - News5 (@jdrudd) December 13, 2017
UPGRADE: Winter Storm Warnings have been issued for northeast parts of the area. Heaviest snow is expected tonight. No changes to the Winter Weather Advisories elsewhere. #ohwx #pawx pic.twitter.com/caXrKcabni
— NWS Cleveland (@NWSCLE) December 13, 2017
Updated snapshot of the radar. Still watching this lake-enhanced band of snow. With the wind coming from the North/Northeast, this is expected. pic.twitter.com/mRBmeGjHMl
— ⚡JD Rudd - News5 (@jdrudd) December 14, 2017
As of 7:00 a.m. on Thursday there are more than 300 school closings and delays across Northeast Ohio. Find the complete list here.
- Brooklyn: The snow ban is in effect and no parking is allowed on city streets.
- Canton Township: Goes in effect at 4 p.m on Wednesday, Dec. 13 "or at such time the snowfall reaches two inches," until 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 14.
- Kent: Emergency Snow Parking Ban in effect for the City of Kent.
- Newburgh Heights: In effect until further notice.
- Ravenna: All residential streets until 8 a.m. Friday, Dec. 15. Downtown parking ban will be in effect from 5 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 13 until 8 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 14.
- Brunswick: No parking on city streets effective starting on December 14 at 3:04 for 24 hours.
- The City of Cleveland has issued a parking ban on all city streets with posted red and white signs effective at 7 a.m. on December 14.
- The City of Parma Heights issued emergency snow parking ban effective December 14 at 7:21 a.m.
- The City of Stow has issued a parking ban in effect until December 15.
Speed limit change:
- Lake County on Interstate 90 between State Route 44 and State Route 528 is reduced to 50 mph.
Take the extra time to brush off any snow on your car before heading out this morning! https://t.co/eFPifuS9JW
— News 5 Cleveland (@WEWS) December 14, 2017