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Lake Effect Snow Expected in Northeast Ohio

Residents in Northeast Ohio should brace themselves for some potentially heavy snowfall, as several bands of organized lake effect snow are expected to move through the area tonight.

According to senior meteorologist Matt Wince, these bands of snow are becoming more organized and are progressing southward, causing heavier snowfall in areas such as extreme Northeastern Cuyahoga County, Richmond Heights, Bratton, Euclid, Willow, Wycliffe, Willowick, and Cleveland Heights.

Geauga and Ashtabula counties are also expected to experience bouts of heavy snow, with Lake and Ashtabula counties having slick roads and slow travel, especially along I-90.

Lake snow warnings have been issued for inland areas of Ashtabula, Lake, and Geauga counties, while winter weather advisories have been issued for Cuyahoga and areas of Lakeshore Ashtabula County.

However, residents in the southern half of the county need not worry too much about snowfall.

While the lake effect snow is expected to be a short-lived event, drivers traveling up the snow belt should be cautious as it may cause tricky travel conditions.

The snowfall is expected to wrap up by tomorrow morning, with dry air and sunshine making an appearance later in the day.

Despite the cold weather, things are looking up for the Northeast Ohio region, with some spring-like air expected to bring temperatures up to the 50s and near 60 on Thursday.

However, residents should be prepared for colder temperatures behind the cold front.

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