Variety of Winter Weather Across Local Counties

CANTON, Ohio (News Talk 1480 WHBC) -It was a story of three different weather events going on at the same time Thursday in the area.

The Canton area had sleet and ice pellets accumulating as much as two inches.

There was up to seven inches of snow falling in Summit, Portage and Wayne Counties.

And it was more of a freezing rain and ice event south of Canton.

Everyone started getting snow at some point though.

Snow totals from overnight in that 3 to 6 inch range that AccuWeather predicted.

A Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 10 a.m. for Carroll and Tuscarawas County.

And a Winter Weather Advisory is now posted for much of northeast Ohio In including Stark, Summit, Portage and Wayne Counties until 12 noon Friday.

Snow has become more scattered Friday morning.

Again, like Thursday, most school districts have called off on Friday.

There is no sanitation pickup in Canton on Friday; it is delayed until Saturday.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is closed on Friday.

The Summit County sheriff has issued a Level 2 Snow Advisory for the county.

Check the 1480 WHBC Alerts Center on on our website.

Roads were still snow- and ice-covered and slippery Friday morning, so give yourself extra time if you need to go out.