CLEVELAND — December made its presence known Tuesday as an overnight winter storm brought heavy snow to most of Northeast Ohio.
Power of 5 meteorologist Trent Magill released preliminary numbers showing the amount of snowfall from the West Side of Cleveland to the East Side of Cleveland.
News 5 anchor and reporter Mike Brookbank measured snow in his front yard in Berea.
Residents in Lorain County have so far seen the most snow, with preliminary numbers showing 9.5 inches of snow overnight.
In places like Parma, six inches of snowfall was recorded.
6 inches of #snow on the dot in Northern Parma.— Bryan Shaw (@WxShaw) December 1, 2020
Heavy snow pulling the branches down.
Rudolph and the Bumble are not amused.
Frosty is toppled and buried on the left but I'm sure is fine.#Cleveland #weather @TrentMWeather @MarkJWeather @wews @NWSCLE pic.twitter.com/OnGrU8hNTm
The map below shows additional snowfall expected for Wednesday morning.
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