Counties in our area remain under snow emergencies Tuesday morning.
Under a Code Yellow is Muskingum County. A Code Yellow means that inclement weather has caused roadways to become covered and motorists should use judgement on road conditions versus necessity of travel.
Under a Level Two are Noble, Morgan, Guernsey, Licking, Perry and Coshocton counties. A level two means that roadway conditions are hazardous with blowing or drifting snow and only those who feel...
The following counties are under a Level 1 or Code Green Snow Emergency:
Muskingum, Guernsey, Perry, Coshocton and Morgan Counties.
Level 1 or Code Green means: Roadway conditions are under advisory. Inclement weather is in the area and adversely affecting traveling conditions. Public safety crews are beginning to convene on roadways. Motorists must use caution.
With the first of the winter weather out of the way, the Muskingum County Engineer's Office says the transition from the old level one/two/three snow emergencies to a green/yellow/red system has gone over quite well.
Muskingum County Engineer Doug Davis says the new system is simple and asks drivers to use common sense.
"Use judgement," said Davis. "We're putting this back--this is a common sense thing. We have green, yellow and red. I'm just asking the...