A winter storm is expected to track south of the Fostoria area this weekend.
According to a press release from Dan Stahl, director of Seneca County Emergency Management Agency, the storm should have minimal impact on the area.
However, it is possible the track could shift slightly north Sunday night into Monday morning. In the event it hits the area, snow accumulations could range from 2 to 4 inches.
Elsewhere in Ohio, strong winds are causing power outages in parts of the state including more than 6,000 customers without electricity in southwest Ohio, the Associated Press reports.
Mansfield recorded a gust of wind topping 50 mph Friday afternoon, while a 64-foot brick smokestack was toppled on the campus of Otterbein University in central Ohio. No one was injured.
One person was taken to the hospital in Columbus after winds uprooted a large tree on the city’s west side.
For more information, visit www.weather.gov.
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