Storm Event 3: Thursday, December 24, 2020
Looks like we’re in for another big one. Not quite as large as the first event but the expected accumulation has now grown to 10-15″ when all is said and done.
Event Forecast Timeline
Snow is beginning to move across the area and will transition to lake effect tomorrow and stay with us until approximately 7:00 am Saturday.
By 7 am tomorrow (Friday) we expect to have 6-7″ of accumulation.
Landscaping by Mark & Sons’ Response Plan
We anticipate dispatching crews around midnight tonight. Please leave your gates OPEN!
Stay tuned for updates.
Live updates will appear below.
UPDATE: Friday 4:30 am – Our second plowable event of the season has been another big and unusual one, nearly 10″ in a little over 12 hours. For those of you new to the area, who I told Shaker Heights doesn’t usually get too much snow, I’m sorry…
We’ll be back again today, stay tuned.
UPDATE: Friday 7:00 pm – Round 2 is wrapped up! Thank you to all the kind souls who provided goodies for our drivers today! They greatly appreciated your kindness. It appears the snow will stop around 11 pm, if necessary we will be out again overnight. We hope your Christmas was enjoyable. Stay well.