East of Cleveland gets hammered with snow Monday

CLEVELAND - People living east of Cleveland woke up Monday to a Winter Wonderland outside, with some cities seeing 5 inches of snow.

Trained spotters in Geauga County's Madison Township reported 5 inches of snow to the National Weather Service as of 10:25 a.m. Monday. In Lake County, Mentor reported the same amount of snowfall.

Other areas seeing the inches of snow pile up include: Conneaut (4.8), Madison Village (3.8) and Perry Township (4.0).

In Pennsylvania, 6.9 inches of snow fell outside of Erie in Millcreek Township.

You can see the latest snow totals below:

**********************12 HOUR SNOWFALL**********************

LOCATION              12 HOUR     TIME/DATE   COMMENTS
                     SNOWFALL           OF
                     /INCHES/   MEASUREMENT

OHIO

...ASHTABULA COUNTY...
   SAYBROOK               4.0   700 AM  1/21  SNOW SPOTTER
   ASHTABULA 1SW          3.6   700 AM  1/21  SNOW SPOTTER
   ASHTABULA              3.0   700 AM  1/21  TRAINED SPOTTER

...CUYAHOGA COUNTY...
   EUCLID                 3.0   700 AM  1/21  TRAINED SPOTTER

...GEAUGA COUNTY...
   SOUTH MADSION          5.0   700 AM  1/21  TRAINED SPOTTER
   CHARDON                1.0   833 AM  1/21  TRAINED SPOTTER

...LAKE COUNTY...
   MENTOR                 5.0   700 AM  1/21  SNOW SPOTTER
   WILLOUGHBY             4.2   700 AM  1/21  TRAINED SPOTTER
   PERRY TOWNSHIP         4.0   700 AM  1/21  SNOW SPOTTER
   MADISON VILLAGE        3.8   700 AM  1/21  SNOW SPOTTER
 

Meanwhile, a Lake Effect Snow Warning for Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga and Ashtabula counties remains in effect through 7 a.m. Wednesday.

 

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