CLEVELAND - ODOT crews are getting ready for another round of winter weather Thursday morning. A spokesperson for ODOT says more than 90 crews are out in Cuyahoga, Geauga and Lake Counties as more snow moves in.
Tow truck crews utilized the warm weather on Wednesday to tune up their trucks and prepare for more winter calls of dead batteries and stranded cars.
"It's people not slowing down," said Jerry Bowman from Kufner Towing on some on the biggest problems he encounters in the winter. "[Some] drive to fast and cause chaos that way, they need to slow down."
Newschannel 5 will have updates all day on the snow and windy conditions as they happen.
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