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UPDATES: Cleanup begins after spring snow causes downed trees, power outages

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Posted at 6:05 AM, Apr 21, 2021
and last updated 2021-04-21 13:12:14-04

CLEVELAND — It's April 21 and snow has arrived in Northeast Ohio—covering blossomed trees, grassy surfaces and everyone’s favorite—roads.

Power of 5 meteorologist Trent Magill gave an update on the remaining snow expected today. `

Cleanup begins in areas where trees and power lines fell overnight.

Road conditions
Major roads and highways are clear with side streets likely still slick from snow.

10:22 AM
Crews were spotted cleaning up a fallen tree on Martin Luther King Boulevard.

Crews remove fallen tree from MLK Boulevard.
Crews remove fallen tree from MLK Boulevard.

8:45 AM
Martin Luther King Boulevard is closed between St. Clair Avenue and East Boulevard.

Martin Luther King Boulevard.

8:30 AM
Interstate 480 westbound between SR 82 and the Cuyahoga County line is closed due to a crash, according to ODOT.

An earlier look at road conditions in the media player below:

6:44 AM

Power outages

Wet snow weighed down branches and caused several trees to fall overnight. Thousands of residents are waking up without power on Wednesday. Find the latest outages here.

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Branches down in Fairview.

RTA: Tree on the tracks halts Blue and Green lines

Snowy scenes

Viewer photos

Good Morning Cleveland meteorologist Trent Magill asked, and our viewers delivered. Click the post below to see.

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