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Northwest Ohio digs out from winter blast

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TOLEDO, OH (WTOL) - A winter weather advisory is in effect into Friday morning.

Leftover snow will continue to taper this morning. Additional accumulations will be around 1 inch or less.  Storm totals will be 3-5" with a few isolated higher spots.

For Friday, snow will taper to widely scattered snow showers by midday.  Variable clouds and breezy.  Blowing and drifting of the snow cover.  Some lake-effect snow showers far eastern counties (Erie, Huron, eastern Ottawa & eastern Sandusky counties) with additional accumulation of 1-3" there.  Highs by midday in the low/mid 20s, then falling.

[READ MORE IN THE STORMTRACK WEATHER BLOG.]

Click here for closing and delays. You can also find County Snow Level Emergencies, too.

County Snow Level Emergencies:

Level 1

  • Lucas County
  • Sandusky County
  • Seneca County
  • Wood County

 

  • Bowling Green
  • Pemberville
  • Wauseon

Level 2

  • Napoleon

 

See the weather advisories at the top of the page for county-by-county details on the latest advisories.

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