Forecasters say another 6 or 7 inches of snow is possible to fall on Thursday after a few inches fell last night and overnight.
Outside the WFIN Studios on the south end of Findlay, we measured 2 1/2 inches of snow on Thursday morning.
Roads are snow-covered and slick and all counties have issued road alerts.
Hancock County was still under a Level 1 Road Alert on Thursday morning.
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Winds gusting to 35 miles per hour will cause blowing and drifting, leading to difficult travel conditions.
People are being urged to stay off the roads unless they really need to be out.
The high temp on Thursday will be around 24 and the low Thursday night 9, with a wind chill of -3 at times.
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