19 First day of weather warning: Intense streaks of lake-effect snow affect the snow belt until Sunday.

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – Winter weather advisories and lake effect snow warnings remain in effect for our main snow belt until 2:00 pm Sunday.

Lake effect snow warnings were issued for Lake, Geoga, and the Ashtabula hinterland until 2:00 pm Sunday. Winter weather advisories remain in effect for coastal Ashtabula and Cuyahoga counties until 2:00 pm Sunday. The accumulation of snow and reduced visibility will complicate movement. pic.twitter.com/XCb7UxnSUz

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Intense lake effect snow streaks formed in the afternoon and this trend will continue tonight.

At a temperature of 20 to 30 degrees, this snow will begin to stick to the evening without any problems.

Counties with a Winter Weather Advisory Board can see 2 to 4 inches of snow in areas where the most persistent bands are seen at night.

Locations under a lake-effect snow warning are expected to experience much higher total snowfall, with some locations likely to receive 3 to 6 inches or more.

Plan for a rapid drop in visibility during the strongest squalls to less than a mile.

Smooth travel conditions are also expected tonight through early Sunday morning.

Be careful if you are traveling and be prepared for rapidly changing conditions.

The gusty weather conditions will also see chill winds in the single digits tonight, so be sure to bundle up if you’re spending any time outdoors to protect your skin from frostbite.

The lake effect snow will gradually fade on Sunday morning and move into the early afternoon before we move on to more sunshine to complete the day.

Expect daily highs in the mid-30s on Sunday.

Warmer, drier conditions welcome us into the early days of spring as temperatures soar into the 40s and 50s next week.

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