Another 4.5 inches of snow fell in Hancock County Sunday, the Ohio Department of Transportation reported.
The county received the most snow in the area, according to the agency. Allen County and Wyandot County each received 4 inches, while Seneca County had 3.5 inches of snow. Wood, Hardin, Putnam and Henry counties each received 3 inches.
Late Sunday, Hancock, Wood, Seneca and Putnam counties were under a level 1 weather alert. The alert warns of dangerous road conditions.
No more snow is in the forecast until Thursday, according to the National Weather Service, but frigid temperatures are back.
The high temperature is expected to be only in the teens today and Tuesday, with the temperature dropping below zero each of the next two nights.