Travel advisories issued for a number of counties due to weather

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – According to the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (DHS), multiple Travel Advisories have been issued for northeast Indiana counties due to weather. Counties under a Travel Advisory: Allen County DeKalb County Grant County Huntington County Kosciusko County Wabash County Wells County Whitley County According to […]

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – According to the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (DHS), multiple Travel Advisories have been issued for northeast Indiana counties due to weather.

Counties under a Travel Advisory:

  • Allen County
  • DeKalb County
  • Grant County
  • Huntington County
  • Kosciusko County
  • Wabash County
  • Wells County
  • Whitley County

According to the DHS website, a travel advisory means that routine travel or activities may be restricted in areas because of a hazardous situation. Individuals should use caution or avoid those areas.

In Ohio, some counties are declaring snow emergencies.

Counties under snow emergencies:

  • Defiance County, Level 1
  • Mercer County, Level 1
  • Williams County, Level 2

According to the Ohio Committee for Severe Weather Awareness, a Level 1 Snow Emergency urges drivers to use caution on roads that are hazardous because of drifting or blowing snow, or icy conditions. Level 2 Snow Emergencies indicate that people should only drive if it is absolutely necessary and a Level 3 Snow Emergency closes roads to anyone who is non-essentially at the risk of arrest, barring a personal emergency or the necessity of travel. For Level 2 and 3 Snow emergencies, motorists should contact their employers to see if they should report to work.

WANE 15 will update this article as more information is released.

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