COLUMBUS, Ohio — Road conditions are improving Tuesday with some counties, including Franklin County, starting to update their snow emergencies to a Level 1. Many counties though are still under a level 2 snow emergency.
Most areas of central Ohio saw 2-6 inches of snow.
All Winter Storm Warnings in Ohio have been canceled and the Ice Storm Warning has also been canceled.
School districts across central Ohio, including Columbus City Schools, have either canceled class or will learn remotely for Tuesday.
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Dayton broke a snowfall record of 5.9" where they saw most of the heavy accumulation. Columbus (KCMH) has reported close to 2 inches of snow with areas of accumulating sleet.
Along with the snow, we also are seeing reports of accumulating sleet. Places in southern Ohio have 1-2" of sleet. These higher amounts of ice could bring downed power lines & tree branches. With a mix of snow and sleet across the area, it might be hard to see the slick spots under the snow.
Light flurries will continue to linger through the early afternoon but the heavier snow has already moved out of the area. Breezy conditions could lead to drifting snow through the day. Side roads will continue to be messy with a mix of snow and sleet. As temperatures fall into the single digits tonight, refreezing will become a problem.