The utility also offers tips for customers to survive the storm.
WINTER STORM | Snow, rain falling throughout the Valley
Jim and Joanne Neidhardt of Boardman enjoy Handel’s cones in the warmth of their car at the Boardman location.
Wind chills will be about minus 25 today.
Bill Rupnik of Hermitage, Pa., walks Tuesday on East Golf Drive in Mill Creek Park when the temperature was about 20 degrees. It’s going to be considerably colder today with the high below zero and dropping to around minus-10 degrees tonight.
Several inches of snow were dumped on the area Saturday and today.
The Ohio Department of Aging asks all Ohioans to check on older loved ones and neighbors during and after the severe winter storm hitting the state this weekend.
The snow is predicted to fall between 3 and 4 p.m. today and 3 and 4 a.m. Sunday
Wind chills as low as minus 25 are expected Sunday and Monday.
Snow-removal crews are prepared to work round the clock to clear roads.
Insurance adjusters were all over the township assessing damage Wednesday after a freak EF1 January tornado skipped across the township and into Cortland on Tuesday morning.
Here’s what is left of the storage building at Hillside Cemetery after a tornado blew through on Tuesday morning. Kris Parke, the Bazetta Township road superintendent, said he believes about 50 trees were also knocked over in the cemetery.