Northeast Ohio gets ready for another round of snow just in time for the evening drive home.
Cleveland is still working on removing the snow that has already fallen this week, now more is on the way.
The Department of Public Works reports that 40 snow removal crews will be operating on all three shifts throughout the day and night.
The first two shifts will concentrate on clearing residential streets - primarily those streets surrounding schools. At the beginning of the third shift, the city will refocus efforts on servicing main routes after the new snowfall.
Once the main streets are deemed to be in passable condition, efforts will return to servicing residential streets.
The city has approximately 10,000 tons of slat on hand to use on streets, hills, and bridges when necessary.