CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Most of Northeast Ohio is under a winter weather advisory, while the snow belt region is impacted by a lake effect snow warning.
Temperatures are also going to drop dangerously low this week. Wednesday morning's potential wind chill factor could drop to 15 degrees below zero.
According to the National Weather Service, areas east like Chardon, Painesville, and Ashtabula are forecast to see anywhere from 9 to 18 inches of snow accumulation by the end of Wednesday.
Areas impacted by the lake effect warning, like Ashtabula and parts of western Pennsylvania could see upwards of 1 to 2 feet of snow.
The lake effect snow band kicked up Tuesday morning and continued overnight into Wednesday. Intense snow squalls with white-out conditions could impact Tuesday's rush hours.