Here we go again…

Another round of wintry weather will bring several inches of snow throughout Northeast Ohio -- and it could make Wednesday morning’s travel conditions difficult.

LIVE RADAR | Track the snow

It’s possible this storm system also causes school closings / delays for Wednesday. As always, you can see the latest list of school closings HERE.

The National Weather Service has triggered weather alerts in multiple counties as follows…

WINTER STORM WARNING until 6 p.m. Wednesday with 5-8 inches of snow in the following counties:

- Carroll

- Columbiana

- Coshocton

- Tuscarawas

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY until 4 p.m. Wednesday with 3-5 inches of snow in the following counties:

- Ashland

- Ashtabula

- Cuyahoga

- Geauga

- Holmes

- Lake

- Mahoning

- Medina

- Portage

- Richland

- Stark

- Summit

- Trumbull

- Wayne

“Be prepared for snow-covered roads and limited visibilities,” the National Weather Service warns.

If your county is not included in the advisory areas, it doesn't mean you're free of getting snow. All of Northeast Ohio will receive some sort of accumulation.

But this isn't all... Another winter storm is expected Friday, too. Click here to see the full forecast.