Huron County remains under Level 2 snow emergency

Roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Mar 13, 2014

 

The Level 2 snow emergency for Huron County issued by Sheriff Dane Howard remained in effect as of noon today (Thursday, March 13).

That means roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. Roads also may be very icy. Only those who feel it is necessary to drive should be on the roads. Contact your employer to see if you should report to work. Motorists should use extreme caution.

In Ohio, there are three levels of snow emergency, with a Level 1 being the mildest.

Wednesday's snowstorm forced all area schools except Plymouth-Shiloh to cancel classes that day. Plymouth-Shiloh then dismissed students early.

Today, Bellevue, Edison, Monroeville and Willard also closed, while most other districts began the day with a two-hour delay.

Comments

MiddleRight

No one understands what the HCSO is. Quit trying to be cute and just say Huron County under a level 2.

Seriously.

No one of your intellect maybe, but those of us at or above average have absolutely no problems with understanding the acronym HCSO. Seriously, what is so confusing about that? NOTHING.

Hurricanematt

HCSO??? This is going to bug me all day. Lmao jk NM

benedict

CAN WE GET A TIME ON THIS?

Brock Lee

so sick of wintr i coud puke

Cliff Cannon

@ Brock Lee. Wimp !

Brock Lee

bullie

Cliff Cannon

Brock : Thank-you. You always make me smile or laugh. Simply put : You da' man

ISPSP

Shouldn't this article be removed? This is from yesterday/early this Thursday morning?