CLEVELAND -- The City of Cleveland says as the snow moves out of the area, 48 snow plows and nine graders will continue to work on main streets in the city.
Given the chance for light snow and anticipated low temperatures, drivers were still encouraged to limit travel as much as possible.
Officials said the crews will continue to service main and secondary streets throughout the evening and move into residential zones at midnight.
Once the crews begin servicing residential zones, a priority will be placed on streets surrounding schools.
Cleveland police today escorted plows through different sections of the city to ensure a clear path for plow trucks.
Officers also have the discretion to ticket cars if they feel necessary, if drivers are not abiding by the parking ban.