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Winter Storm Leaves Widespread Blanket of Snowfall

This week’s round of heavy snow, wind, and rain is wrapping up for the eastern Great Lakes region as well as the Northeast United States. Still, a few snow showers will remain Wednesday across New York State and northern New England, but the widespread snow has finished.  Here is all the latest information.

Snow Storm Tweets

Snowfall Reports

OHIO

Concord: 24.6″

Chardon: 22.0″

Lyndhurst: 22.0″

Chagrin Falls: 19.9″

Shaker Heights: 18.0″

Cleveland: 9.5″

NOTABLES

Roan Mountain, TN: 12.0″

Gatlinburg, TN: 11.0″

Faust, NC: 8.0″

Forecast

The timing will be for the rest of the day across  New York and northern New England.  We will see the snow clearing out from west to east and also will see the alerts expiring from west to east through the day. Additional accumulations will be 1 to 3 inches on the southeast side of Lake Ontario as well as northern New England’s mountains.

Winter Weather Impacts

Expect continued icy spots in areas that received a fair amount of snowfall. The air behind the weather system is cold, so much of the snow and ice will stick around over the course of the next couple of days. Take it slow on the roads and watch your step!

Winter Weather Alerts

Winter weather alerts are expiring for most places.

Stay with WeatherNation as we will be keeping you up to date with all the changes that will come to the track and expected snow totals with this Midwest Winter Storm.

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