CEVELAND - Cleveland road crews have 45 plows out clearing the main roads, with the hope to have all streets serviced within 24-36 hours.
Once main and secondary roads are in good condition, plow crews will work to remove snow from residential streets.
Snow removal will continue until all city streets in Cleveland are clear of the white stuff, officials said.
While some areas around the city got hit with several inches of snow in the past 12 hours, Cleveland only saw a dusting, less than an inch overnight.
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