Cleveland, OH - The worst is over now, maybe we will see a ballgame today at Jacob's Field. The morning commute should go very well Monday after ODOT crews worked long extensive hours to clear the roads all over Northeast Ohio.
Since the storm first came through Northeast Ohio, snow accumulations have been off the charts. Geauga County logged a stunning 27.0 inches of snow while Ashtabula County recorded 25.5 inches.
Cleveland posted a total of 10 inches on the ground Sunday afternoon which was just enough to postpone the Cleveland Indians' home opener three times over the weekend against the Seattle Mariners.
Pepper Pike received 16 inches of snow, Garfield Heights 14 inches, and Euclid 7 inches of snow throughout the weekend snow storm.
Snow blowing will most likely cover the streets after they have been cleared by ODOT crews, so please drive with great caution.