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Snow emergencies hit Level 3 in Erie, Huron, Sandusky, and Ottawa Counties

Please stay off the roads in those areas

The rugged winter weather has caused several counties in our western viewing area to declare Level 3 snow emergencies.

As of 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Erie, Huron, Sandusky, and Ottawa Counties are at Level 3. This means that roadways are closed to all non-emergency travel due to extremely hazardous conditions. 

In addition, Crawford County declared a Level 3 emergency as of 9:00 p.m.

No one should be on the roadway unless it is absolutely essential to travel. Those operating vehicles on the roadway for non-emergency reasons may be subject to arrest.

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Lorain, Summit, Medina, Wayne, and Ashland counties are at a Level 2 emergency which indicates roadways are hazardous due to blowing and drifting snow and/or ice cover. Only those who believe it is necessary to drive should be on the roadways. Contact your employer to determine if you should report to work.

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