CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - You will always get at least some lake effect snow with an arctic air mass in place and some disturbances tracking through.
The lake effect snow season never really comes to an end, even when you have widespread ice out over the lake.
We had lake snow setup overnight east of Cleveland. This gave parts of the snow belt several inches of snow.
Travel will be treacherous east of Cleveland this morning.
The steering wind is out of the northwest this morning so some light lake effect snow will be around along the lakeshore counties.
I went with an additional trace to 2 inches of snow. Temperatures this afternoon only make it to the low to mid 20s. The wind will gust to 30 mph at times.
Another disturbance tonight will kick off more snow showers and keep the lake snow bands going.
We could see an additional 1-4 inches east of Cleveland by tomorrow morning.