Heavy snow will continue to stream southward and southeastward off the Great Lakes in bands and narrow streaks through early this week.

The highest additional snowfall by Monday evening will take place south of Lake Erie along the hills from east of Cleveland to south of Buffalo, N.Y.

Additional accumulations of 3-6 inches will occur in this corridor, which is crossed by busy interstate highway I-90. In Cleveland and Buffalo, lower amounts of 1-3 inches are expected.

New snowfall will also pile up 3-6 inches deep in snow belts between South Bend and Gary, Ind., into southwestern Michigan. Here, snow bands will intersect highways I-80/90 and I-94.

Lake Ontario will feed another 3-6 inches of snow into snow belts north and northwest of Syracuse to near Rochester, N.Y. Stretches of highways I-90 and I-81 are located here.

Motorists along the aforenamed highways and other area roadways should prepare for hazardous winter driving with drastic shifts in visibility and road condition over short distances. In heavy bands, falling and blowing snow will sharply lower visibility.

Story By AccuWeather.com Meteorologists Jim Andrews and Meghan Evans.