CLEVELAND - Mother Nature is keeping Cleveland snow crews and ODOT workers busy clearing roads and salting streets.
In Cleveland, officials say there are 26 trucks on the street working the residential roads.
If the snow continues to cover the main and secondary roads, plow crews will shift to remove snow from those areas first.
Crews have been working around the clock since the snow began falling on Thursday.
The primary and secondary roads throughout the city are in fair to good condition and traffic is moving at its usual pace, city officials say.
Meanwhile, ODOT has around 75 trucks out in Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga counties around the clock clearing snow from the highways and scattering salt on them. ODOT expects the evening commute to be a bit slower with the projected several inches of snow forecast to fall.