A band of heavy snow formed along and a little west of the I-71 corridor Sunday morning that brought snow totals of 3 to 5 inches. Lighter amounts (1 to 3 inches) fell southeast of the I-71 corridor and across southeastern Ohio.

Snow showers and a little freezing drizzle will contribute to some slick spots early Monday, as temperatures dip a little below freezing, with some slippery travel for the morning commute.

Skies will remain cloudy on Monday, along with scattered snow showers early. Temperatures will top out in the mid-30s. Tuesday will be dry and seasonal (upper 30s), with a little sun.

Another storm is headed our way Wednesday, bringing snow in the morning, likely changing to rain later in the day across the southeast half of the state, with moderate accumulations.

The remainder of the week will be rather cold Thursday-Saturday, with another chance for light snow heading into the weekend.

Roads could be slick through Monday morning, so remember to slow down, plan for extra travel time and avoid slamming on the breaks.

FORECAST

  • Tonight: Snow showers, slick spots. Low 29
  • Monday: Early flurries, cloudy. High 36
  • Tuesday: Mostly cloudy. High 38 (28)
  • Wednesday: Snow to rain. High 41 (30)
  • Thursday: Windy, colder, snow showers. High 32 (28)
  • Friday: Cloudy, light snow. High 33 (26)

Ohio Department of Transportation spokesperson Brooke Ebersole spoke with NBC4’s Karina Cheung to detail ODOT’s Sunday plans to keep roads clean. You can watch the interview below.