A whole new round of snowfall is upon us once again and can make things quite messy for drivers.  (Source: ODOT)

The Ohio Department of Transportation says they are prepared for the winter weather that’s on it’s way.

ODOT District 12, which covers Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga Counties says they will have 80 trucks out across the area overnight and into the morning commute.

District 4, which covers six counties including Summit, Stark, Portage and Ashtabula will have 80 trucks as well.

Since there was a lot of residual salt left on the roads from Monday’s snowfall, crews will not be pre-treating the roads. During the storm, crews will use salt and various liquids to coat the salt, increasing it’s efficiency during cold weather.

In Cleveland, the city says they plan to have 21 snow removal crews out until midnight, when they will double that number as the snow starts to fall. Those crews will service main and secondary-main streets until the snow stops. When that happens, they will work on the secondary streets.

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