CLEVELAND — We're not done with winter just yet...
We're tracking a system that's bringing snow to most of Northeast Ohio on Friday and Saturday.
The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for the following counties from until 7 a.m. Saturday
So how much snow? 3News meteorologist Hollie Strano said most of Northeast Ohio will end up with 1-3 inches.
"This is not looking super impressive for the vast majority of you, but if you are east -- primary snow belt area especially -- that's where we could be talking about half a foot of snow," Strano said.
Winds in the advisory areas may gust as high as 30 mph.
WATCH: 3News Senior Meteorologist Matt Wintz tracked the approaching storm in a special web-only weather update on Thursday evening.
According to the NWS, the bulk of the snow will fall Friday morning when snow rates can exceed half an inch per hour. This will impact the Friday morning commute. There is expected to be a lull around the midday hours as temperatures warm up. However, falling temperatures and lake enhanced snow showers can lead to slick travel and walking conditions returning Friday evening.
Here are more resources you can use throughout the wintry weather:
- LIST: iAlert school closings and delays
- INTERACTIVE RADAR: Track the storm
- FORECAST: See the extended weather outlook for Northeast Ohio
- PICS & VIDEOS: Here's how to send us your weather photos / videos
- UPDATES: Download the free 3News app (Apple / Android) to follow the latest weather updates.