Improved driving conditions on freeways; Beware of slick spots, snow on residential and rural streets

Jeff and Jamie have the latest updates on weather and traffic

Improved driving conditions on freeways; Beware of slick spots, snow on residential and rural streets
Forecast for December 28, 2020

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Friday temperatures in Northeast Ohio will remain steady in the mid-20s.

It’s still cold, but not nearly as cold as the lows we’ve faced this frigid week.

Finally, a morning without snowfall. Driving conditions on the freeway have improved. Watch out for slick spots and snow if you are on residential or rural streets. Get the latest with Jeff and Jamie.

Finally, a morning without snowfall. Driving conditions on the freeway have improved. Watch out for slick spots and snow if you are on residential or rural streets. Get the latest with Meteorologist Jeff Tanchak and Traffic Anchor Jamie Sullivan.

Posted by Cleveland 19 News on Friday, February 19, 2021

Jamie said highly traveled roads appear to be free of snow, but some are wet.

She urges drivers to watch out for slick spots and snow-covered roads in you are traveling in residential or rural areas.

This evening brings a threat of light lake effect snow.

Residents living east of Cleveland could awake to 3 or so inches of accumulation.

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