Winter storm triggers weather alerts: How much snow to expect

Here we go again...

Driving conditions could be tough Monday as another winter storm hits Northeast Ohio with a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain.

That's why the National Weather Service has issued a series of weather alerts throughout the entire region. Here's how it all breaks down...

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY now until 1 p.m. with 1-3 inches of snow in the following counties:

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- Ashland

- Cuyahoga

- Erie

- Holmes

- Huron

- Lorain

- Medina

- Ottawa

- Richland

- Sandusky

- Seneca

- Stark

- Summit

- Wayne

The heaviest snow is expected to fall in the counties above from 4-9 a.m.

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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY now until 4 p.m. with 2-5 inches of snow in the following counties:

- Ashtabula

- Geauga

- Lake

- Mahoning

- Portage

- Trumbull

The heaviest snow is expected to fall in the counties above from 6 a.m. through 1 p.m.

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WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY now until 7 p.m. with 1-3 inches of snow in the following counties:

- Carroll

- Columbia

- Coshocton

- Tuscarawas

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The good news? Temperatures are warming up throughout the week. Yes! We will be above freezing.

- CLICK HERE to see the current weather alerts.

- CLICK HERE to see the extended 7-day forecast.

- CLICK HERE to track the snow with our radar.