South Cedar Road was a treacherous mess Saturday morning with no less than five cars careening into ditches, a driver reported to Patch.
Another motorist hit a fire truck, the eyewitness said, but the crash was minor.
Driving conditions should be terrible Sunday as well, according to the National Weather Service.
"Accumulating snow will make
roads snow covered and slippery beginning predawn and continuing through Sunday
morning," the National Weather Service said. "Gusty winds sunday afternoon
and sunday night will cause significant blowing and drifting of snow which along with a period of snow showers sunday evening may
lead to near blizzard conditions at times sunday night ... especially in open and rural areas. Travel will be hazardous."