Hudson's Public Works Department has been preparing for the incoming winter storm estimated to arrive in our area late Thursday into Friday morning. Both the Service and Hudson Public Power Divisions are readied and on call to respond to winter road conditions and potential power outages. We are fully supplied with road salt and brine. The downtown, City cul-de-sac, and public facilities snow contractors are also ready to respond accordingly. We will send out updates as they become available. Please stay warm and be safe!
What to Expect
Storm predictions currently include a Winter Storm Watch with rain changing over to snow, dropping temperatures, and high winds beginning late Thursday and lasting into early Sunday morning. Snow accumulations are currently estimated at 2-4 inches with higher accumulations in the snow belt. Temperatures and wind chills will be at dangerous levels for being outdoors. High winds will cause blowing and drifting snow. We expect the storm watch to be upgraded to a winter storm warning at some point in the next 24-48 hours.
Keep Up-to-Date and Be Prepared! Here's How.
Please keep an eye on the weather forecast so you are prepared. The FEMA app is a great resource for up-to-date winter weather alerts from the National Weather Service and for emergency preparedness.
For the latest Snow and Ice Control information from our Snow Team, please follow @Hud_SnowCommand on Twitter, the City of Hudson, Ohio - Government on Facebook, or keep an eye on the main page of our website at www.hudson.oh.us. Please stay safe, pay attention to road conditions, and plan ahead for winter weather.