CLEVELAND, Ohio — The National Weather Service is using terms like “life threatening” and “historic” to describe the storm system that’s taking aim at the northeast.
Nearly 1,900 flights have been cancelled or delayed for today as the northeast braces for a blizzard, with up to three feet of snow for Boston and New York.
There will be nothing like that in NE Ohio, but we’ll still see some slick roads and school delays, mostly in southern counties.
Snow emergencies and parking bans have been issued for some parts of NE Ohio.
Check out those alerts/bans in our blog below: