With many schools in northwest Ohio already out of snow days, most are opting to open their doors on Thursday on a 2-hour delay.
By Wednesday evening, all counties in northwest Ohio had reduced snow emergency levels down to Level 2.
That means drivers were not encouraged to travel unless it was absolutely necessary.
Toledo Public Schools had not issued its decision by 8:45 p.m. on Wednesday, but Wauseon, Washington Local, Sylvania, Perrysburg, Rossford and Tiffin had already decided to delay the start of classes on Thursday.
Several school districts in southeast Michigan, however, have already decided to cancel classes including Bedford, Ida Public and Morenci.
To check for your school/district make sure you check WNWO's school closings and delays page.
The information is updated in real time as schools call in their information.