News 11's Chief Meteorologist Robert Shiels says the snow should stop around 10 p.m. on Tuesday.
A LEVEL 1 SNOW EMERGENCY has been called for Seneca county.
Areas to the far east and southeast of Toledo could see 5-6 in. of snow.
When weather conditions are bad enough to warrant a Level 3 Emergency to be issued, public safety resources become extremely precious, and eliminating traffic gives road crews the room they need to do their work.
Anyone caught driving during a Level 3 without a good reason might be subject to arrest.
According to Ohio Attorney General Opinion 86-023, the Sheriff of a county may declare a snow emergency and temporarily close county and township roads within his jurisdiction for the preservation of the public peace.
Sheriffs in Ohio have established the following guidelines:
County sheriffs also have the ability to close all roads in the county, which includes any city street in their jurisdiction.
Updated by KO