CLEVELAND — A line of snow showers will move over northeastern parts of our area, including Geauga, Lake, Ashtabula, Erie and Crawford counties Monday afternoon, affecting visibility and potentially causing slick and dangerous roads.
According to the National Weather Service, radar indicated the snow showers along a line extending from seven miles northeast of Conneaut to 10 miles north of Fairport Harbor, moving southeast at 25 mph.
Hazards include winds up to 35 mph, visibility dropping to a half-mile or less, and potentially slick roads that could lead to accidents, the NWS stated.
Locations impacted include Meadville, Chardon, Cortland, Titusville, Middlefield, Kinsman, North Bloomfield, Orwell, Andover, Linesville, Adamsville, Pymatuning Central, Harmonsburg, Guys Mills, Pymatuning North, Atlantic, Huntsburg, Claridon, Mecca, and Montville.
The NWS said to use extra caution if you travel due to rapid changes in visibility and potentially slick roads.
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