Alert: Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for today

CLEVELAND - Meteorologist Mark Johnson says a Winter Weather Advisory is in effect along and south of US 30 for 3-6 inches of snow now through tonight.

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A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for areas along and south of US 30 for Sunday. Areas could see 3-6 inches of snow by Monday morning.

SUNDAY FORECAST: An inch or two of snow for Greater Cleveland & Akron. Much more for Mansfield Wooster, Canton & Younstown!

Scattered light snow will continue to expand across Northern Ohio today. The snow will become moderate to heavy south, away from the lakeshore counties as low pressure travels through Southern Ohio. Periods of moderate to heavy snow will continue across southern sections of the viewing area through early Monday morning. A general snow of 3-6 inches is likely across the Winter Weather Advisory area, with isolated amounts nearing 8 inches.


SUNDAY AFTERNOON: Steady snow, heavy at times, arrives Sunday early afternoon along and south of US 30 impacting the cities of Mansfield, Wooster, Ashland and Canton. Locations to the north will not see nearly as much snowfall. In these areas, expect 1-3 inches of snow by 7p tonight across the south
, with an inch or less for the northern half of our viewing area, including the Greater Cleveland, Lorain, Medina, Sandusky, Mentor, Ravenna, Ashtabula and Chardon areas.

SUNDAY NIGHT/MONDAY MORNING: Snow, heavy at times will continue thru at least the first half of tonight across the advisory area. Another 1-4 inches of snow possible by 4am Monday morning. Snow will begin to end NW to SE late by sunrise. Expect Monday morning's rush to be a slow-go for many. Roads left untreated will be very slippery Monday morning, especially across the hilly counties from Mansfield to Wooster to Canton and points south.


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