Sheriff Tim Luce has upgraded the travel advisory issued earlier to a no unnecessary travel advisory. It doesn’t restrict travel, and roads remain open at this time – but travel is discouraged.
“It is recommended that citizens do not engage in unnecessary travel. Roads in Seneca County are open but are snow covered and slippery,” an updated release said. “Citizens are advised to drive slowly and allow extra time to travel if need be. Deputies are continuing to monitor the roadways and check for stranded motorists off the road or in the ditch. This no unnecessary travel advisory will remain in place until 9 a.m.”
“If you do not have to travel that is advised so plows can continue to clear the roads,” Sheriff Luce added.
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