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Tuesday February 25th

Wood County’s next weather event will begin today with a drizzly rain changing over to snow around 1 a.m.. Luckily, because the high today will be 40 F, the initial 1” (1 a.m. to 7 a.m.) is not expected to create travel concerns. This will change starting around 7 a.m. as snow fall increases. Forecast models indicate 2” between 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. with an additional 2” between 1 p.m. and 7 p.m.. For most of Wood County snow will begin to decrease around 6 p.m. with an additional 1” accumulation.
During the majority of the day Wednesday, wind speeds will remain 10-15 MPH with some gusty conditions during the early hours of Thursday morning. If traveling early Thursday morning(after midnight) blowing snow can be an issue.
Currently, to the west of Wood County (parts if Defiance, Fulton and Williams Counties) the snow totals are expected to be 7” to 8” of accumulating snow. They are also expecting more issues with blowing snow. Since Wood County is on the dividing line, a shift in the weather system could be better or worse for us.

Please continue to monitor weather conditions for any changes. Take time today to plan accordingly if you will be traveling tomorrow and/or responsible for those who may be on our roads.
The EMA will be monitoring for any changes and provide any updates.
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Monday February 24th

Lime City Road between Dixie Hwy and Schreier Road may be temporarily closed for waterline work at different times this week. Please use alternate routes.Attention Rossford Drivers: Waterline work on Lime City will require road closures this week. Get the details here: bit.ly/32fRpip City of Rossford - Government ... See MoreSee Less

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Thursday February 20th

UPDATE: A felony 5 forgery charge was added today. Bond was set at $15K with no 10% allowed.

Marsha L. Foster (57) from St. Petersburg, FL, was arrested by RPD today on US 20 near Thompson Rd. She is being held in the Wood County Justice Center on one count of theft by deception, a misdemeanor of the 1st degree, stemming from the illegal sale of car wash coupons. She is believed to be the same person that has been selling unauthorized coupons in the Toledo area over the last month. The Perrysburg Township Police Department assisted with the apprehension of this individual.
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Friday February 14th

Judging the Domestic Violence station at the PENTA Skills USA competition. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tuesday February 11th

Starting Wednesday afternoon we are going to experience snow, freezing rain, sleet, cold then expect temperatures to increase with a chance of rain. Based on information today from National Weather Service Cleveland the scenario is expected to play out as follows:
Wednesday afternoon expect snow to begin 2pm- 4pm continuing into the evening. The snow will increase with a possible mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain during nighttime hours with an approximate 3” accumulation. Snow will continue throughout Thursday with up to 1” of additional snow.
Temperatures will drop Thursday night into Friday morning with a low of 7 degrees F with a wind chill of -4. Friday will remain cold continuing into Saturday when the high will be 34 degrees F. Chance of precipitation is 30% Saturday through Monday with a high temperature Monday of 45 degrees F.

This forecast is based on the center of Wood County. Please monitor the local media for the most current, up-to-date information for your area.
The EMA will continue to monitor weather conditions and provide updates of any change impacting Wood County.
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Monday February 10th

On 2-9-2020, Rossford Police were dispatched to the 200 block of Dixie Hwy for a hit-skip crash. An unknown gray vehicle side-swiped a black Dodge Ram that was parked near the church as seen in this screenshot. The unknown gray vehicle should have damages to the passenger side mirror area.
If you have any information on the unknown gray vehicle please send us a private message or call Dispatch at 419-666-5230. Reference Report # 202000082.
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Wednesday February 5th

Updating everyone on the weather we are expecting this evening. Light snow will begin for our area around 5pm-6pm. Overnight we can expect 3” of snow with the heaviest period between 9pm and 2am. The snow will change to freezing rain or sleet with the most precipitation 3am-6am. Precipitation will continue throughout Thursday with an additional 1” of snow. Expect sleet/freezing rain to remain a possibility until 6pm when only snow will continue. Depending on how the timing plays out, there is a potential for slippery to hazardous roads in the morning. We encourage everyone to monitor local media for your local conditions and plan on a longer drive time. ... See MoreSee Less

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Tuesday February 4th

The Safer Ohio School Tip Line is a free safety resource available to all Ohio schools. The tip line is an anonymous reporting system that accepts both calls and texts 24 hours a day.
This tip line allows students and adults to anonymously share information with school officials and law enforcement about threats to student safety—whether that involves a threatened mass incident or harm to a single student.

Things to report to the tip line include (but are not limited to):

· Bullying incidents;
· Withdrawn student behaviors;
· Verbal or written threats observed toward students, faculty or schools;
· Weapon/suspicious devices on or near school grounds;
· Gang related activities;
· Unusual/suspicious behavior of students or staff;
· Self-harm or suicidal sentiments; and
· Any other school safety related concerns.”

Every tip can remain anonymous. School safety analysts may ask for additional information, but the caller can remain secret or leave his or her contact information for later follow-up.

Calls or texts to 844-SaferOH (844-723-3764) are answered by analysts within Ohio Homeland Security. If action is needed, the analysts immediately forward information to local school officials, law enforcement agencies and the Ohio School Safety Center (OSSC) for action and follow up.

The OSSC partners with the Ohio Department of Education to follow up with affected school and law enforcement agencies to make sure that the incident is investigated, action is taken and resources and supports are provided when necessary.
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