Cleveland Ohio Snow & Ice Management Weather
Cleveland Ohio averages almost 60 inches of snow every year, which keeps area snow plowers extremely busy throughout the winter season. Located on the southern shore of Lake Erie, Cleveland gets hit hard by lake-effect snow, winds, and subzero temperatures. Will you be prepared?
Cleveland Area Snow
Event Totals: 1/17-20/20
Cleveland's latest snow event hit hard January 17-20 with a mixed bag of precipitation. We started off with snow Friday, rain mixed with freezing rain Saturday and finally back to heavy lake-effect snow Sunday- lingering into Monday. The vast majority of Northeast Ohio saw well over 6 inches, with up to a foot in all but the southernmost areas of the region. In total, over a foot of snow fell in Northern Geauga, Lake, Eastern Cuyahoga and Western Ashtabula Counties, as these higher areas picked up stray lake-effect snow well into Monday night. H&M Snow Pros was out in force (with all hands on deck) plowing, shoveling and salting to keep Cleveland's weekend warriors safe. It's not too late to protect your commercial property with professional snow and ice management services - call us today!
Cleveland Area Snow
Event Totals: 1/8/20
Cleveland had a snow event from January 7-8 2020 to settle us into the New Year. The majority of the snow hit Geauga County, spilling over into surrounding counties of Lake, Cuyahoga, Summit, Portage, Trumbull and Ashtabula. The snow belt areas saw 2-3 inches, with central Geauga topping out at 4 inches. Areas east of Cleveland had 1-2 inches, with the remainder of Northeast Ohio getting an inch or less. While the warm ground melted down the snow depth quicky, freezing temperatures set in to create icy conditions. H&M Snow Pros cleared drives, parking lots and walkways for all of our Cleveland area customers. Our company used it's snow removal equipment & 30 years of experience, to provide safety to local businesses.
Greater Cleveland Area
Snow Forecast: 12/31/19
Mild temperatures have been the norm in Cleveland over the past week, but that's about to change. After a light snow last night, a snow advisory is now in affect for the New Year's holiday. The Greater Cleveland Area is expected to broadly receive 1-3 inches, with 3-6 inches projected for the snow belt of Lake, Geauga and Ashtabula Counties. A steady snow is forecast well into New Year's Day, with snow showers transitioning to lake-effect snow during the storm. Wind gusts will also limit visibility and make for difficult travel conditions. H&M Snow Pros will be out covering the Cleveland area throughout the day and night to remove snow and ice. Call us today to keep your commercial property safe and accessible for the new year.
Cleveland Ohio Weather
Snow Event: 12/15-18/19
Winter is in full swing with more snow falling in the Greater Cleveland Area over the last few days. Snow accumulations of 4-6 inches occurred primarily in the snow belt of Eastern Cuyahoga, Northern Geauga/Ashtabula and in Southern Lake Counties. Most other areas saw anywhere from 1-4 inches. The snow started early Sunday morning, paused for a bit, and picked back up Monday evening through Wednesday afternoon. H&M Snow Pros, showcasing it's professional snow removal services, kept Cleveland area companies open for business, providing safe parking lots for all. It looks like Cleveland may catch a break over the next week but temperatures will drop into the teens for the next 24 hours and ice control measures will be employed to combat the slick surfaces.
Snow Totals: 12/11/19
The lake shore, east of Cleveland, experienced lake-effect snow December 10-11, 2019 due to bitter cold air and westerly winds. Accumulations built up quickly in Lake and northern Ashtabula County, with northern Geauga getting measurable snow as well. The heaviest hit areas saw 4-6+ inches, while surrounding areas came in at 1-3 inches. The rest of Cleveland was lucky to see a dusting, as the winds remained west to east throughout the event. Our team at H&M Snow Pros easily handled snow and ice buildup by bringing in and concentrating resources on the affected area. It's not too late to protect your Cleveland area commercial property with professional, unrivaled snow and ice management services - call us today!
Northeast Ohio Snow
Event Totals: 12/4/19
The Cleveland area saw widespread snow December 4, 2019 with sporadic, intense snow showers. Most of the snow hit Geauga and Ashtabula County, with the surrounding counties of Lake, Cuyahoga, Summit, Portage, Trumbull and Medina catching their share. Most of these areas saw 2-3 inches, with Geauga and Ashtabula picking up 4+ inches. Areas southeast of Cleveland had 4+ inches as well, with the remainder of Northeast Ohio and lake shore getting 1-2 inches. H&M Snow Pros was out in force to keep our customers free and clear of snow and ice. Our specialized snow removal equipment easily handled the weather event and got local area businesses and commercial properties cleaned up and ready for business Thursday morning.
Greater Cleveland Area
Snow Forecast: 12/3/19
After light snow/sleet over the past day or so, Cleveland is set to receive notable snow for December 4th. Snow fall estimates for the Greater Cleveland Area are 1-2 inches for the majority of the area. However, 3-6 inches are expected in the snow belt of Eastern Cuyahoga, Geauga, Ashtabula and Southern Lake Counties. Temperatures will remain in the mid 30s and drop just below freezing overnight. A steady snow is forecast for a 24 hour period starting Wednesday morning, so accumulations will build slowly. H&M Snow Pros will have crews covering the Cleveland area throughout the day and night to remove snow and ice for our customers. Call us today to keep your commercial property safe and accessible this winter.
Cleveland Area Snow
Event Totals: 11/13/19
Cleveland's first major snow event from November 11-13 2019 is now behind us. The majority of the snow hit Geauga County, spilling over into surrounding counties of Lake, Cuyahoga, Summit, Portage, Trumbull and Ashtabula. Most of these areas saw 12+ inches, with central Geauga topping out at 15+ inches. Areas southwest of Cleveland had 6-8 inches, with the remainder of Northeast Ohio and lake shore getting 3-6 inches. H&M Snow Pros cleared drives, parking lots and walkways with ease for all of our loyal customers. Our company used it's extensive inventory of snow removal equipment, along with experience and teamwork, to provide safety to our fellow Clevelanders during the storm.
Winter Storm Warning
Snow Forecast: 11/11/19
Cleveland is now under a winter storm warning for Monday night through Wednesday morning. Original snow estimates have been increased for the Greater Cleveland Area with Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake and Ashtabula counties still in play. Temperatures fell along with rain Monday afternoon and snow started falling Monday evening. The overall length of this snow event has shortened, but total snowfall amounts are greater than originally predicted. H&M Snow Pros is geared up to go and will have crews covering the Cleveland area after midnight. With the vast array of equipment and resources at our disposal, we are fully prepared to hit this storm head on. Call us to keep your business running smoothly and safely this winter.
Northeast Ohio Weather
Snow Forecast: 11/10/19
A winter storm watch is now in effect for Monday afternoon through Wednesday morning. Heavy lake effect snow is expected in the Greater Cleveland Area with the Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake and Ashtabula counties bracing for the greatest impact. Temperatures will fall steadily during the event with rain, sleet and snow on Monday morning. Monday afternoon, night and then into Tuesday will see much colder temperatures, heavier snow and icy conditions. Cleveland's first widespread snow event is just a warm up for H&M Snow Pros and we are more than ready keep area businesses safe and accessible. It's not too late to protect your commercial property this winter with the best snow and ice management services in Cleveland.
Northeast Ohio Weather
Snow Event: 11/9/19
Winter is upon us and the first significant snow event hit the Cleveland area on November 7-8 2019. Snow accumulations of 2-4 inches occurred primarily in Geauga County around Chardon - with the bulk of the snow in Burton and Middlefield with 3-4 inches. The storm covered the southernmost area of Cleveland's snow belt: usually the first area to need our snow removal services. H&M Snow Pros was ready to tackle the snow and keep local companies open for business Friday morning, providing safe parking lots for patrons and employees. A larger snow storm is set to converge on Northeast Ohio during the November 11-12 time frame and will effect a much larger portion of the city.