CLEVELAND - Cleveland-based National Weather Service meteorologist Will Kubina says a spring storm could drop up to eight inches of snow on a narrow swath of northeast Ohio while producing high winds across most of the northern half of the state.
Kubina says the storm could cause significant power outages as snow weighs down tree branches that already have most of their leaves.
Kubina says the winter storm warning is in effect beginning Sunday night with most snow expected Monday and Monday night.
Ashtabula, Mahoning and Trumbull counties are among those expected to see up to eight inches of snow, while cities farther west such as Cleveland could get no more than an inch.
Kubina says winds could gust up to 45 mph across the top half of the state.
The Associated Press