CLEVELAND — It has been a messy Saturday night on the roadways as snow brought some slick conditions in spots throughout Northeast Ohio.
“We’ve had visibility significantly cut across our interstates," explained 3News meteorologist Jason Mikell.
ODOT posted a tweet shortly before 11 p.m. in which they announced there were currently 285 trucks out working to clear the snow across Northern Ohio.
"The heaviest snow is moving through the Cleveland area," ODOT tweeted at 10:57 p.m. with a view of I-71 in Cuyahoga County from one of their trucks. "You will need to adjust your driving conditions."
The snow is expected to stop overnight before more flakes fly throughout the day Sunday.
The National Weather Service, meanwhile, has also issued a Winter Weather Advisory for Geauga and Ashtabula counties from noon on Sunday until 7 a.m. Monday due to lake effect snow.
Earlier in the evening, ODOT shared several other tweets to show how their crews are battling the snow-covered streets.
Be careful out there!
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