A Winter Weather Advisory remains in effect for Richland, Ashland, Tuscarawas, Coshocton, Holmes and Carroll counties until 7 AM.
Snow will hit to the south
Storm total snowfall will likely be around 3-4 inches for these areas with an additional 1-2 inches possible tonight. The heaviest snow totals are expected to stay south of Cleveland tonight, which means roads will likely be worse the farther south you go.
Winter road condition advisories
As of 9:40 PM:
Ashland County Level 2
Coshocton County Level 2
Erie County Level 1
Huron County Level 1
Wayne County Level 1
Level 1: Roadways are hazardous due to accumulated snow or ice. Drive cautiously.
Level 2: Roadways are hazardous due to blowing and drifting snow and/or ice cover. Only those who believe it is necessary to drive should be on the roadways. Contact your employer to determine if you should report to work.
Widespread snow will hang around for tonight across Akron & Canton with a few inches of additional accumulation possible. Snow will end early Sunday with mostly cloudy conditions much of the day.
— Remeisha Shade (@RemeishaShadeTV)
January 12, 2019
Cleveland will get some snow
Cleveland is not under any winter weather watch/warning/advisory with snow accumulation expected to remain under 2 inches tonight. Folks should still be prepared for some possible slick spots on roads.
It's going to stay cold
Temperatures will hover in the middle to upper 20s for much of Northeast Ohio overnight. That will mean the potential for quite a few slick spots developing on roads, especially bridges and overpasses. Drive with caution, especially if you are heading south of the Cleveland area where road conditions will likely get worse.
Snow showers should remain widespread through about 1-2 AM then become more spotty by 3-4 AM Sunday. Snow should move out by mid-morning Sunday. The rest of Sunday should be mostly cloudy and dry with temperatures climbing to the low 30s by Sunday afternoon.
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