Cleveland, Ohio 2021-11-28 22:51:20 –
Ohio Chester Township (WJW) – Heavy snow continues, but Ohio Transport Bureau We have been working 24 hours a day to keep the roads as clean as possible.
It was a snowy Sunday in northeastern Ohio. On the east side, we saw a fair amount of snow, like Chester Township. And in Parma, thundersnow reports and rain and snow were mixed.
“It was crazy for a minute or two,” said Joshua Musalla, a resident of Brooklyn. “The road has gotten worse, but now it’s sunny.”
It was a constant change for the driver as well.
“The situation is changing every mile and every minute,” said Amanda McFarland, PIO of the Northeast Ohio region of ODOT. “If you’re going out tonight or tomorrow morning, it’s important to be prepared for these conditions to change during your trip.”
Although it is snowing in many areas, the snow belt is expected to be the hardest hit from Sunday to Monday.
“We will continue to staff in areas that are known to have the heaviest snowfall,” McFarland said. “We will be fully staffed in the main snow belt area.”
Like Chester Township, some municipalities drive trucks on local roads, but ODOT keeps us safe on the highways. They will launch 90 snowplows on Sunday and bring in more snowplows overnight.
“The numbers may seem small, but plows aren’t running in areas where there isn’t much snow,” McFarland said. “West of Huron and Wayne counties, etc.”
ODOT also reminds people to stay out of the way by seeing one of the plows slowing down on the road. There was already one accident in Summit County on Saturday night when someone encountered one of the snowplows.
FOX 8 viewers also show off the snow in their photos. Snow photos arrived from Ravenna to Brunswick, Brewster and Chardon. It may be really pretty to see, and most people who have lived here long enough are still ready for what’s coming this winter.
“I feel like it was getting worse all the time before,” Musalla said. “Yeah, we’re ready for it because it’s a kind of change.”
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