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CLEVELAND (WJW) — Some counties remain under a snow emergency after a winter storm in Northeast Ohio.

A snow emergency may be issued when the sheriff of a county decides roads have become dangerous for travel.

Here are the counties affected so far:


A Level 1 Snow Emergency has been downgraded for the county and motorists are urged to drive carefully as ice could be a factor.


A Level 1 Road Condition Advisory is in effect, as of Tuesday, Jan. 18.


Residents of this county are urged to stay off the “hazardous” roads, but the sheriff’s office has not issued an official snow emergency or road advisory.


A Level 1 Snow Advisory has been issued for Huron County due to slick road conditions. Find out more here.


A Level 1 snow emergency has been issued in Summit County, down from the Level 2 earlier due to blowing and drifting snow. Find more information here.

Stay with for constant updates on the snow emergencies and the latest on the winter storm conditions.