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If snow causes the roads to get slick, ODOT crews say they are prepared.

Crews will be out around the clock in Lake, Geauga and Cuyahoga Counties.

They say although pavement temperatures remained above freezing all day, they were expected to go below that through the night.

As day turned to night, visibility in many places was reduced, as bands of lake effect snow started to fall across northeast Ohio.

ODOT planned to have ten plows running in Cuyahoga and Geauga Counties and 12 in Lake County Thursday night and Friday morning.

“When we came through here, it was a whiteout, just a mile away from here, could hardly see anything,” said Painesville resident Cecil Jeffrey.

Some people who live in Painesville and Fairport Harbor say they are accustomed to the winter routine, but they say winter’s return still takes some getting used to.

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article courtesy of Fox8Cleveland.com

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