CLEVELAND – Thanks to Mother Nature dropping several inches of snow on northeast Ohio, we’re here to keep you updated on traveling today, letting you know about parking bans and airport information.
Right now, the only parking ban in effect is in Cleveland. If you still choose to park on the road, you risk your vehicle getting towed.
As for airport delays out of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, officials there said things are running “smooth.” Planes that are de-iced have to immediately takeoff. “Those who aren’t getting off the ground quick enough are being re-deiced,” an airport spokesperson said.
So far, no major issues for flights leaving from CLE.
With the frigid temperatures, windy conditions and additional snow in the forecast, Cleveland Division of Streets will continue to focus on clearing the city’s main streets with 48 crews and six road graders, working around the clock.
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Cleveland's Biggest Volunteer Day: Do Something Day [PHOTOS]
THANK YOU TO ALL OUT VOLUNTEERS:
Here is what we all did TOGETHER:
Feed the Homeless at Lakeside Emergency Men’s Shelter
What Would King Do Workshop (Think Before You Act movement) at East Tech, Citizens Leadership Academy and Glenville High School
Beautification, clean up and painting at Downtown Cleveland YMCA, Marion Sterling Elementary School, and Seventh Day Adventist Church.
Taking donation and sorting at Providence House.
Thank you to all the students at East Tech, Citizens Leadership and Glenville High School and also volunteers at YMCA, Marion Sterling Elementary School, Providence House and Seventh Day Adventist Church with the Z1079 and WZAK Radio One family!!!