LIMA — A few inches of snow on the ground left some with a slippery morning commute this morning.
Snow continued to lightly fall through the 8 a.m. hour in Allen County, where a winter advisory remains in effect until 1 p.m. today. The National Weather Service of Northern Indiana predicted snowfall to be somewhere in the range of 2 to 4 inches and should taper off by 7 p.m. The high temperature is expected to be around 27 degrees and winds are predicted to be coming out of the south for speeds of five to 10 miles per hour.
New snow accumulation of less than an inch is possible, the weather service is predicting.
For Tuesday, there is a 50 percent chance of snow in the afternoon with a high temperature of 29 degrees. Winds are expected to come out of the west around five to 10 miles per hour.
As of 8 a.m., there were no reports of major traffic problems on Interstate 75 or surrounding highways or county roadways.
Auglaize County is under a winter weather advisory until 10 p.m. Monday. The accumulated snowfall is predicted to be around the same, according to the weather service.
The Allen, Auglaize, Van Wert and Hardin County sheriff's offices as well as the ’Findley and Wapakoneta Posts of the Ohio State Highway Patrol had not had received any accident reports.
A Hancock County Sheriff’s Office dispatcher said deputies were dealing with one minor accident, a two-vehicle accident that resulted in minor injuries.
A Putnam County Sheriff’s Office dispatcher said the office has received a few calls of slide-offs, but none resulting in injuries or halting traffic.