FREMONT, Ohio -- Freezing rain and snow are causing some dicey road conditions across NE Ohio and are prompting advisories, parking bans and other emergencies.
As of 11:20 a.m., Sandusky County has been downgraded to a level 1. Huron and Wayne counties remain under Level 2 snow emergencies. Erie County is under a Level 3 snow emergency.
In Erie County, Sheriff Paul Sigsworth said roadways are "extremely treacherous due to ice formation."
Sandusky County is just southeast of Toledo. Huron County is south of the city of Sandusky. Erie County includes the city of Sandusky. The same line of wintry weather that is hitting those areas is moving into northeast Ohio and expected to bring ice and snow to our area just in time for the morning rush.
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