Winter-weary northwest Ohio and southeast Michigan are getting another round of snow, and it won't take much to give Toledo its snowiest season on record.
A winter weather advisory goes into effect at 5 p.m. Monday with snow developing in the mid-afternoon. The advisory will last until 4 p.m. Tuesday but the majority of snow will fall at moderate to heavy rates throughout the evening hours Monday, adding between three to six inches of fresh snow on top of what is already on the ground.
Northwest Ohio has already struggled through one of the coldest, snowiest winters in years. Snow since early December has led to a shortage of road salt in some municipalities, high overtime costs for plow crews and schools running out of snow days.
In Toledo, 4.8 inches of snow is needed to break the all-time record for most snowfall in a season - 73.1 inches.