Allen, Hardin counties drop snow levels this morning


LIMA — Allen County ended its Level 1 snow advisory at 9 a.m. today, Sheriff Matt Treglia announced.

Drivers should still exercise caution, particularly on snow-covered and icy roads.

Putnam County remains under a Level 1 snow emergency, Sheriff Brian Siefker announced. Roadways remain hazardous, so people should drive very cautiously.

Hardin County’s snow emergency expired at 10 a.m. today, Sheriff Keith Everhart announced. Mercer County lifted its snow levels on Sunday morning.

Auglaize County doesn’t issue level warnings in regards to road conditions.

Hancock County remains at a Level 1 weather alert, noting roads were passable but snow-covered and slippery.

There is now a wind chill advisory until noon today, the National Weather Service announced.

The annual Martin Luther King Jr. walk planned today has been cancelled due to the low temperatures.

Traffic cameras courtesy of Ohio Department of Transportation’s OHGO.com

Beaverdam: Interstate 75 at U.S. 30/state Route 696

Lima: Interstate 75 at state Route 117/state Route 309

Lima: State Route 309 at Lost Creek Boulevard

Lima: State Route 117 at Greely Chapel Road

Lima: Interstate 75 at Fourth Street (looking South)


Lima: Interstate 75 at Fourth Street (looking North)


Lima: Interstate 75 at state Route 65/St. Johns Road

Wapakoneta: Interstate 75 at rest area (looking southbound)

Wapakoneta: Interstate 75 at rest area (looking northbound)

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