PLYMOUTH — The Marshall County Board of Commissioners and the city of Plymouth lifted a Level 2 travel advisory warning this morning that had been in place since a Level 1 emergency declaration was terminated at 6 a.m. Thursday.
A Level 2 travel advisory means conditions are threatening to the safety of the public and only essential travel is recommended. Level 1 is an emergency declaration meaning no travel is permitted.
Travelers are reminded that some area roads remain snow covered, slick and hazardous, and to use caution when driving.
During the blizzard, about 20 vehicles had been reported abandoned in snow drifts on county roads and it is believed that many more had not been reported, according to Marshall County Emergency Management Agency director Clyde Avery.
However, there were no requests for shelter and no requests for rescue resources because of stranded motorists.