CLEVELAND - The Ohio Department of Transportation is ready for another round of winter weather.
60 crews will take to the roads in Cuyahoga, Lake, and Geauga Counties tonight to battle the incoming snow.
ODOT forces will be staffed around-the-clock through the duration of this storm and crews will be adjusted as needed.
Because there is more than sufficient salt residue remaining on ODOT-maintained routes from the last snow event, crews will not be pretreating the roadways.
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