SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) - Road crews are preparing for some snowflakes to fall overnight into Wednesday morning.
The Ohio Department of Transportation says it's not expecting much accumulation, but they are ready.
"This will be the first snowfall or flurries of the season. We don't expect a whole lot of accumulation. The ground is still somewhat warm, so we are hoping that most of it will melt," said Mandi Dillon, ODOT spokesperson.
ODOT asks that drivers use caution while traveling to keep themselves safe should the roads get bad.
"It's been a while. We are coming out of summer and they haven't driven in flurries and ice for a while. So, we just want to make sure people remember when they get behind the wheel, if it's icy out, they want to make sure they allow enough time to get to their destination," Dillon said.
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