CENTRAL OHIO (WCMH) — Several central Ohio counties are under snow emergencies as snow continues to fall Saturday night.
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A Level 1 Snow Emergency means roadways are snow-covered and drivers should use caution. The following counties are under a Level 1:
- Hocking County
- Morgan County
- Noble County
- Pike County
- Ross County
A Level 2 Snow Emergency means roadways are hazardous with blowing and drifting snow. You should only drive if you feel it is necessary to be out on the roadways and contact your employer to see if you should go to work. The following counties are under a Level 2:
- Athens County
A Level 3 Snow Emergency means that no one except emergency personnel should be on the roads. Do not drive unless it is absolutely necessary to travel. You may be subject to arrest if you drive during a Level 3. You should contact your employer to see if you should report to work.
- There are currently no counties under a Level 3 snow emergency.