A Wind Chill Advisory remains in effect, until 10 this morning.
Roads remain snow-covered and slippery. There’s also ice in some spots.
Huron and Erie counties remain under a Level 2 snow emergency.
That means roadways are hazardous, due to blowing and drifting snow, and ice. Only those who feel it is necessary to drive should be out. Contact your employer to see if you should report to work.
The city of Norwalk’s parking ban remains in effect, until further notice.
There were rumors that the Edison-Bay Bridge bordering Erie and Ottawa counties was closed yesterday.
The Sandusky Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol said the bridge never closes, unless there’s an accident.
Last night’s meeting of Norwalk City Council was canceled.
City Council will meet Monday and Tuesday of next week.
The State Highway Patrol says three people died on Ohio roads, during the two-day New Year’s holiday period. Troopers said seat belts were not in use in those fatal crashes.
Officials received about 17,000 applications from people seeking Medicaid health coverage, through a new state website. Coverage for those eligible took effect Wednesday.
Governor John Kasich may have a challenger in the May primary. Ohio Tea Party leader Ted Stevenot has scheduled a news conference for next Tuesday. Stevenot is past president of the Ohio Liberty Coalition. He’s among conservatives who think Kasich has been moving away from the right.