CINCINNATI (FOX19) - Some communities are issuing snow emergencies as the snowfall returns for round two Wednesday.
Hamilton County has issued a Level 1 Snow Emergency, according to the sheriff’s office.
“Level One (1) Snow Alert is designed to advise motorists of hazardous road conditions created by ice and falling or drifting snow. No roadways are closed, although unnecessary travel is discouraged, but if deemed necessary, extreme caution is urged.”
The county is under a Level 2 advisory and drivers should travel if necessary.
The Campbell County Office of Emergency Management has upgraded its Travel Advisory from a Level 1 to Level 2 as of 5:25 p.m.
Only drivers, whose travel is absolutely necessary, should be on the roadways.
The county is under a Level 1 advisory and drivers should use caution.
The city is under a snow emergency.
Vehicles must be removed from the street to allow for plowing by the Public Works Department. The declared emergency will continue until the snow has stopped and the roads are cleared.
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