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Travel anathema released in St. Joseph County after vital sleet storm

A transport anathema is in outcome for St. Joseph County today. 

In a arise of a winter charge that forsaken some-more than a feet of sleet in some tools of Southwest Michigan, St. Joseph County has released a internal sleet emergency.

According to St. Joseph County Central Dispatch, a sleet puncture began during 4 a.m. Monday and will be in outcome until 4 p.m. The puncture calls for motorists to stay off all county roads unless transport is essential.

Roads that are not enclosed in this closure are roads essentially confirmed by a Michigan Department of Transportation, including US-12, US-131, M-60, M-66, M-86, M-103 or M-216.

“Minimizing a series of vehicles on a roads will assistance snowplows transparent roads quicker and safer,” a post on St. Joseph County Dispatch’s Facebook page said.

A transport advisory is also in outcome in adjacent Cass County, job for motorists to stay off a roads unless transport is necessary. The Cass County Government offices and Cass County Court are sealed Monday.

Article source: http://www.mlive.com/news/kalamazoo/index.ssf/2015/02/travel_ban_issued_in_st_joseph.html

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