UPDATE: As of 11:17 a.m. Crawford County Sheriff Scott Kent has lifted all snow level advisories in Crawford County.
UPDATE: The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office has upgraded Crawford county to Level 1 advisory status.
Crawford County remained under a Level 2 advisory as of early this morning. Huron and Seneca counties are also under a Level 2 advisory.
Level 2 means roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow and only those who feel it is absolutely necessary to travel should be on the highways.
Although the snow is expected to stop today and Saturday, up to three inches of new snow is expected Sunday.
The snowy weather took its toll on the highways Thursday.
The Crawford County Sheriff’s Office reports that one car slid off of St. Rt. 98 into the edge of Neff Reservoir early Thursday morning. The driver, Marianne Manley, was not injured and her vehicle was pulled out by a tow service.
The Bucyrus Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol also reported handling several accidents in both Crawford and Wyandot counties.
A photo gallery of the results of Thursday’s snow fall can be found on the Photos page.