It was a messy Monday morning commute as motorists had to navigate rain, freezing rain and snow.
Emergency responders were called to a number of accidents. The worst conditions appeared to be in southern Butler County.
About 9 a.m., two accidents were reported on Interstate 79 in Lancaster Township (about two miles apart from each other). One of those accidents reportedly involved an ambulance. A third Lancaster Township crash was reported on Route 19.
In Cranberry, crews responded to a two-vehicle crash that momentarily closed a portion of Ehrman Road.
The southern part of the county wasn’t the only area plagued by crashes. Crews working in Cherry Township had to close a portion of Branchton Road about 11 a.m. to remove a tractor trailer that had crashed.
No major injuries were reported in any of the crashes.
The quickly-changing weather left big decisions for top public school districts officials.
Four of the nine public districts in Butler County cancelled class. Butler, Mars, Seneca Valley and Slippery Rock gave their students the day off.
The other five districts had a full-day of school as scheduled.
The South Butler School District is operating on a regular school schedule today but did decide to cancel afternoon kindergarten.
An updated list of weather-related school and community closures and delays is available here.