CLEVELAND, Ohio – Northeast Ohio is not out of the woods, so to speak, even when the first major snow storm of the season has passed.
According to the National Meteorological Service, snow and bite temperatures in the residual lake will affect the region from Sunday to Monday. An additional four inches of snow with lake effect can affect eastern areas of Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga, Summit and Portage counties.
Thats not all. A wind chill warning for northeastern Ohio goes into effect at 6 p.m. From Sunday to noon on Monday. Expect a thermal sensation as low as 20 degrees below zero, predicts the National Meteorological Service.
The winter storm warning for Winter Storm Harper is still valid until 4 a.m. of Monday.
Predicted hazardous conditions have banned snow parking bans in Northeast Ohio communities, including Cleveland, beginning at 3:45 p.m. Sunday.
Weather during the night could also indicate a messy Monday morning trip, says the National Meteorological Service.
The main freeways and highways of northeastern Ohio are cleared on Sunday afternoon, with no major accidents reported, as shown by the Ohio Department of Transportation website.
Most flights are still scheduled to enter and leave Cleveland Hopkins International Airport on Sunday.
The airport website shows only a handful of delays and cancellations for flights arriving and departing. If you or someone you know is flying today, you can check the flight status here.
This publication will be updated if major climate or climate changes occur throughout the region.
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