It's winter -- whaddya want?
Keith Harpster at Akron Snow and Ice with the full compliment, that 51 trucks -- the highest level response the City has to snow. ODOT's in similar territory on the major state and interstate routes but most of the snow falling steady and fine with roadways snow-covered off the big streets, and you'll find bridges and ramps slippery.
The worst of the storm down south where winter weather advisories stretch to Columbus where up to a half foot is expected today.
Harpster says the radar models showing the greater Akron area snowfall ending by noon, giving crews ample time to clear streets by tonight.
As of noon Sunday a few cities across northeast Ohio had issued snow parking bans to ease with snow removal. Cuyahoga Falls imposed the ban starting at 12:00 noon through 8:00 Sunday morning, but other cities were expected to follow suit. Most have highway signs posted advising motorists to keep their vehicles off city streets when snowfall exceeds two inches; those in violation of a snow parking ban are subject to fines and could even have their cars towed.