Tired of the snowy conditions yet?

Although a majority of Northeast Ohio didn't see any snow these last two days, areas east of Cleveland have been pummeled by Mother Nature's wintry wrath.

The good news? Forecasters expect the lake effect snow will taper off Wednesday afternoon.

Until then, however, a LAKE EFFECT SNOW WARNING remains in place for Ashtabula, Geauga and Lake counties until 4 p.m. The National Weather Service says an additional 2-4” of snow is possible with “significant reductions in visibility at times.”

Cuyahoga County, meanwhile, is under a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY until 4 p.m. with an additional 2” expected.

The previously issued WIND CHILL ADVISORY for most of Northeast Ohio is no longer in effect, but actual air temperatures are still brutally cold.

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