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Cleveland and Akron among schools closed again Wednesday as winter storm cleanup continues: See if your school is closed

Some students are getting another day off due to snow-packed side streets and sidewalks following Monday's winter storm.

CLEVELAND — It’s the second snow day in a row for some students in Northeast Ohio as several schools remain closed for Wednesday as the cleanup continues from Monday’s winter storm.

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The Cleveland Metropolitan School District and Akron Public Schools are among the districts that are closed once again due to the condition of various side streets and sidewalks.

Cleveland school officials added that while their district offices will be open, there is no remote learning for students.

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Cleveland city officials provided an update on Facebook around 9 a.m. Wednesday to say their crews "have achieved 90 percent completion" with 265 out of 292 subsections reached.

"117 subsections were plowed twice and work continues on remaining subsections," according to the city's post. "We are salting as we plow on the side streets."

OVERNIGHT UPDATE: Our crews have achieved 90% completion, with 265 out of 292 subsections reached overnight. 117...

Posted by City of Cleveland - City Hall on Wednesday, January 19, 2022

For context, the city previously announced on Tuesday afternoon that crews had covered 209 out of the 292 subsections.

UPDATE: 209 out of 292 residential subsections have been plowed, representing 71% of 10,000 streets citywide. Thank you for your patience, our crews are working as quickly as they can.

Posted by City of Cleveland - City Hall on Tuesday, January 18, 2022

The winter storm earlier this week dumped heavy snow across the region, leaving some communities with more than a foot of snow. The National Weather Service says Ashtabula took the top spot after recording 25.3 inches of snow.

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