Weather blog: For the first time this season, snow is coming down in many part of Northeast Ohio

Live blog: First snowfall of the season in NEO
Live blog: First snowfall of the season in NEO
Live blog: First snowfall of the season in NEO
Posted at 7:10 AM, Nov 09, 2018
and last updated 2018-11-09 11:03:24-05

Early Friday morning, snow started coming down in many parts of Northeast Ohio. Residents in Medina, Shaker Heights and Copley, to name a few, woke up to some snow covering their yards, cars and bushes.


If you're heading out on the roads, keep an eye on slick spots.

As of 6:30 a.m.,  the snow is starting to accumulate as drivers head out on the roadways for their morning commute.


The snow is accumulating mostly in grassy areas rather than on the roads. The highways and roads will be slick as a mix of rain and snow continue to come down.

A car and an RTA bus were involved in a crash on the city's east side.

Several crashes reported on I-271 in Lodi.

7: 13 a.m.

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The snow is sticking in areas like the City of Wadsworth, Copley,  and Medina Square.

Check out the snowfall across Northeast Ohio in our photo gallery here:

RELATED: Photos: First snowfall of the 2018 winter season

Winter Wonderland in Broadview Heights. Photo courtesy of Mandi Montemarao.

Flowers in Chardon got a light sprinkle of snow this morning. Photo courtesy of Tara Sutton.

The City of Wadsworth is looking like a winter wonderland.