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.
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.
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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