19 First Alert Weather Day: Snow could cause travel impacts tonight and tomorrow
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - After a quiet and cold Saturday, lake effect snow will develop tonight into Sunday.
A clipper system will also bring more widespread snow to our southern counties, mainly along and south of US 30.
Both these events have triggered an ALERT for heavy snowfall rates starting overnight and especially in the morning on Sunday.
Winter weather advisories are in place tonight for Lake and Ashtabula counties, and all counties south of Medina along US 30.
Snowfall rates over 1″ per hour could cause rapidly changing conditions and slick spots along the roads.
Most areas will pick up around 1-3″ of snow, with higher amounts where snow squalls persist in the snowbelt.
The system snow moves out by Sunday afternoon, but lake effect could linger in the snowbelt through the day.
Highs on Sunday stay cold in the 20s.
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