Tuesday’s¬†temperatures were higher than they have been in¬†weeks, helping snowplow crews as they cleared¬†Monday‚Äôs snowfall from roads.
Most of the snow on roads¬†melted away Tuesday,¬†Hancock County Engineer Chris Long said, as the temperature¬†climbed to the upper 30s under fair skies.
The Findlay¬†area received 3 to 4 inches of sleet and snow¬†Monday and Monday night.¬†Winds caused some blowing and drifting of snow Monday¬†night, but wind speeds decreased¬†and¬†caused fewer problems on Tuesday, Long said.
Wednesday’s forecast calls for a high of 39 degrees and a low of about 26.
Thursday’s high could be near 50. Between a quarter-inch and a half-inch of rain is possible during the day, and another quarter-inch to half-inch of rain is possible Thursday night, according to the National Weather Service.
No Blanchard River flooding is predicted.¬†
Friday’s forecast calls for a sunny day with a high near 37 and a low around 28.