CLEVELAND — Residents waking up Thursday morning will likely see their areas covered in a blanket of snowfall following the first round of snow on Wednesday night. Another round of snow is expect to come down during Thursday morning's commute.
A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect until 10 a.m.
Those heading out on the road Thursday can expect another round of scattered snow between 6 a.m. and 9 a.m. The next round of snow during the morning commute will likely bring up to an inch in most areas.
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The snow is sticking on trees, roads and other surfaces.
Expect more scattered snow Thursday afternoon, also. Another 1-3" will be likely through the day.
Roads and morning commute
As of 4:30 a.m. ODOT has 826 crews out treating the roads across the state.
This will be my overnight weather thread. First stop was at the Sharon Center Circle. ODOT working with this very heavy slush. Snow has stopped and rain is falling. The roads that have been treated are fine, the ones with slush are very tough driving. pic.twitter.com/hf0XbsI06L— Mike Vielhaber (@MVielhaber) February 13, 2020
New 5’s StormTracker witnessed one car in a ditch on I-480 westbound at the Broadway Avenue exit.
A crash has been reported on Route 2 West near Route 306.
Drivers should expect side streets to be slushy and slick at times.
Flights from Cleveland Hopkins
Early Thursday morning, crews were clearing off snow at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. Check your flight status here.
Counties across Northeast Ohio are starting to issue snow emergencies. To see if your county is under a snow emergency, click here.
Stay up to date with your weather alerts here.
School closings and delays started rolling in Wednesday night. To see if your school has been closed or delayed, click here.