ODOT District Two Winter Weather Update
BOWLING GREEN (Sunday, January 10, 2016) - The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) District Two continues to plow and treat wintery roads tonight as blowing and drifting remains an issue on Northwest Ohio roads.
At the time of this release, routes on the Toledo Metro Interstate system (I-75, I-475, I-280 and US 23) are reporting wet, treated pavement with traffic moving at posted speeds.
Across Fulton, Henry, Lucas, Ottawa, Sandusky, Seneca, Wood and Williams counties, rural routes are reporting issues with blowing and drifting snow.
Crews will continue twelve hour shifts to plow and treat through the early morning hours Monday.
ODOT is closely monitoring the forecast and is planning for more winter weather late Monday night into Tuesday.
For the morning commute, ODOT remind drivers to use caution and drive to the conditions of the road, especially in rural areas prone to drifting.
Remember to drive well below the posted speed limit and leave plenty of room between cars.
Give snowplows room to work, especially as they clean up. The plows are wide and can cross the centerline or shoulder. Don’t tailgate and try not to pass.
Ice and Snow…Take it Slow.
Check OHGO.com before you leave for the latest road conditions.