County residents woke up to cold temps and at least 2 inches of snow this morning as school was cancelled due to hazardous road conditions.
Some areas of the county saw slightly higher snow totals, and a winter storm watch is in effect for the entire county until late Friday night. A total of around 4 inches of accumulation is expected for the county for the next couple of days.
Sheriff Shane Doyle urged everyone to use caution on slick roads. "Our county and state road workers do a great job of taking care of our roadways, but they can't clear everything all at once. Please use common sense when traveling over the next few days. Allow plenty of space between you and other vehicles, and please slow down. Most accidents happen in this type of weather from drivers taking things for granted or just simple carelessness. If you can, just stay inside today."
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