Snow Emergencies in Northeast Ohio

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CLEVELAND — Officials in several counties advised avoiding the roads if you possibly can.

Travel conditions have been extremely hazardous Thursday.

Snow parking bans were also issued in several cities.

SNOW EMERGENCIES:

Erie County is under a Level 2 Winter Road Condition Warning.  Rural areas may be particularly hazardous.  The sheriff’s office advised checking the weather before deciding to drive anywhere.

Huron County issued a Level 2 Snow Emergency.

Lorain County issued a Level 1 Snow Emergency Notification.  That means roadways are hazardous so residents should drive with extreme care.

Richland County is under a Level 1 Snow Emergency, according to the sheriff’s office. That means roads are snow covered and slippery and drivers should use caution.

Summit County has issued a Snow Emergency.  Roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow.  Roads are also icy.  Drive very cautiously.

 

To see which cities are under a parking ban, and what other cities and counties are under a snow emergency, click here: Fox8.com

Article Courtesy of WJW Fox 8 News

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