UPDATE – Hancock County has since been upgraded to a Level 3 Road Alert, the highest level.
Hancock County was bumped up to a Level 2 Road Alert around noon on Thursday.
Roads are snow-covered and slick and the snow is starting to accumulate.
The video below and picture above is a look at the intersection of South Main Street and Sixth Street/Lake Cascades Parkway in Findlay around noon Thursday.
For the latest road alerts for all area counties click here.
The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office wants people to know the difference between the three levels.
A Level 1 Road Alert means roadways are hazardous, drive with extreme caution.
A Level 2 Road Alert means roadways are extremely hazardous with blowing and drifting snow and/or flooding. Only those who feel it is necessary to travel should be on the roadways.
A Level 3 Road Alert means most roadways are closed and extremely hazardous/flooded. Employees should comply with workplace policies or contact their employer. Violators may be cited.
The latest road alert levels can be found by clicking here.
For the updated list of local cancellations click here.
For the updated list on school closings click here.
Businesses and organizations can submit a cancellation by clicking here.