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Ohioans brace for temperatures expected in the single digits with wind chills well below zero


CINCINNATI — Ohioans can expect slippery road conditions to continue as temperatures drop into single digits and wind chills fall well below zero in many parts of the state.

Sunday's slightly warmer temperatures after heavy snowfall Saturday that averaged around 6 to 8 inches in much of the state left wet spots on roads expected to freeze again Sunday night into Monday.

The National Weather Service says wind chills could fall to 10 to 25 below zero in many areas. The weather service's Wilmington office says arctic cold is expected to hover over Ohio through the week and keep temperatures below freezing.

The snow on Saturday that led to cars slipping and sliding off roads caused cancellation of some weekend activities. Harrison, west of Cincinnati, recorded 13 inches of snow.

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