Last updated: December 16. 2013 11:26AM -
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Craig J. Orosz | The Lima News
Bill Hoffman, a sales consultant for Tom Ahl Family of Dealerships in Lima, cleans weekend snowfall off new Dodge trucks on the sales lot early Monday morning. Ahl employees have to clear off around 900 vehicles after a snowfall.
Craig J. Orosz | The Lima News Bill Hoffman, a sales consultant for Tom Ahl Family of Dealerships in Lima, cleans weekend snowfall off new Dodge trucks on the sales lot early Monday morning. Ahl employees have to clear off around 900 vehicles after a snowfall.
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LIMA — Heavy snowfall could hit the region after 6 p.m. today with a quick burst of accumulating snow expected tonight, the National Weather Service reported.


The most intense snowfall may only last three to four hours, but amounts of 2 to 4 inches appear possible. Roads could become snow-covered and slick.


Meanwhile, Putnam County Sheriff Michael Chandler announced at 10:30 a.m. today that he lifted the level 1 road advisory in the county, which was put in place with slippery roads from the weekend snowfall.

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