CLEVELAND — The first winter storm of the season dumped several inches of snow in most of the area, with some seeing upwards of 8 to 10 inches. Additional snow is expected in counties under winter storm warnings.
Power of 5 meteorologist Trent Magill gave a late-morning update on current snowfall totals and what to expect the rest of the day. Re-watch his weather forecast in the media player below:
Winter Storm Warnings continue Tuesday for much of Northern Ohio with Winter Weather Advisories in effect for Youngstown, Canton, Wooster and Mansfield.
Snowfall totals from overnight were generally in the 3 to 6-inch range with a few spots in Southern Lorain, Northern Medina and extreme southwestern Cuyahoga County measuring 6-9 inches.
Areas under the Winter Weather Advisory from Mansfield to Canton to Youngstown received 1-4 inches overnight.
Our forecast is on track for more snow today. Across the warning area, we can expect another 2-4 inches for Erie and Huron Counties during the day with an additional 4-6 inches for Lorain, Medina, Northern Summit, Northern Portage and Northern Trumbull counties today.
The winners of the snow lottery Tuesday will likely be Ashtabula, Lake, Geauga and Eastern suburbs of Cuyahoga County where up to 10 inches of snow could accumulate.
Expect additional dusting to perhaps 2 inches of new snowfall from Youngstown to Canton to Wooster and Ashland.
The snow is expected to wind down from west to east later Tuesday afternoon and evening for mostly everyone, with just a few lingering Lake Effect snow showers east of Cleveland Tuesday and Wednesday morning.
Wind chills Tuesday into Wednesday will hang in the teens.
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