Interstate 90 in Lake County back open, drivers should expect delays

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LAKE COUNTY, Ohio — The Ohio State Highway Patrol is urging motorists in Lake County to use extreme caution on Interstate 90 on Saturday because of severe weather and dangerous driving conditions.

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The ramp from State Route 44 northbound to Interstate 90 eastbound in Lake County was completely shut down for much of the day Saturday. There were multiple cars and a semi-truck on the ramp blocking the road.

The highway reopened at about 3 p.m. But the patrol said drivers should use caution, allow more time when traveling and expect delays.

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Meanwhile, as the snow piles up in places east of Cleveland, some cities have issued snow emergency parking bans.  See the list, below.

Painesville:  A snow emergency parking ban is in effect until the city manager declares it has ended.  Vehicles must be removed from street on-street parking.


Chester Township:  Snow parking ban in effect until further notice.

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