ODOT trucks out Sunday to keep roads clear for Monday commute

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CLEVELAND – ODOT trucks and drivers will be out all throughout Sunday and overnight to handle any snow in Northeast Ohio.

The roads have already been pretreated with brine, a salt water mix, to keep the snow from sticking to the roadways.

There is currently a Lake Effect Snow Advisory for Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga, Trumbull, Summit, Medina and Portage counties beginning at noon today and lasting through Monday at 1 p.m.

Click here for the Fox 8 weather warnings page. 

The lake effect snow bands could cause accumulation though, and ODOT has crews working throughout the night to treat and plow the roads.

As long as the snow continues, there will be ODOT crews on the road.

Be prepared for the weather! Click here for information on how to download the Fox 8 weather app.

ODOT asks that drivers allow some extra time for their Monday commute as pavement temperatures will be below freezing and there could be slick spots.

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