Lake Effect Snow in Northeast Ohio: Live Weather Updates
CLEVELAND – Be careful out there! We’re dealing with lake effect snow that’s creating slippery pavement in parts of northeast Ohio.
The impacts, however, are only being felt in a handful of counties, as winter weather alerts are in effect for Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga and Ashtabula counties until 2 p.m. today.
Other parts of northeastern Ohio are clear of snow Sunday morning.
As this wintry weather affects parts of the region, we’re posting real-time updates throughout the story below to help you monitor what’s going on. Be sure to refresh this page frequently for the most up-to-date information.
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7:29 a.m. We stream live video of snowy road conditions along I-90 on Route 91:
6:48 a.m. Here is an overview of snowy road conditions on I-90 at Route 91:
An overview of snowy road conditions on I-90 to Route 91.
6:41 a.m. The National Weather Service in Cleveland says many roads in the area “are covered in snow and travel is very dangerous.”
6:38 This is a view of the current lake effect snow on the radar:
Radar at 6:38 a.m. on Sunday, March 19, 2023.
6:14 a.m. 3News’ Payton Domschke has the hour-by-hour details of today’s weather forecast, which you can watch in full below:
6:06 a.m. The National Weather Service in Cleveland says the band of lake-effect snow will become less organized as it moves inland this morning.
06:03 ODOT says the lake effect snow hasn’t stopped – and neither have their crews. Here is a view of Route 86 in Geauga County:
5:38 a.m. A look at the snowy road conditions on I-90 to I-271:
4:11 am A morning glimpse of the snow-effect lake:
1:14 a.m. ODOT says “very heavy lake-effect snow continues to reduce visibility and make travel hazardous” in parts of northeast Ohio.
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