CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - A Level 3 Snow Emergency was issued for Sandusky, Huron, and Erie counties Monday morning because of the hazardous icy conditions. The alert has since been downgraded to a Level 2.
The sheriff's office from all three counties issued the emergency alert early Monday morning as freezing rain and snow moved through the area.
According to the state of Ohio's Committee for Severe Weather Awareness:
The Medina County Sheriff's Office issued a Level 1 Snow Emergency on Monday morning.
Stay with Cleveland 19 News for updates to the developing weather conditions.