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Winter weather causes closings, delays across Ohio; snow expected to taper off late Monday

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Overnight and morning snowfall across Ohio led to dozens of school closings and traffic delays to start the work week.

Hundreds of school closings and delays were reported across Ohio Monday morning as snow continued to fall.

The National Weather Service reports west central Ohio saw the most snow, with accumulations between 3-5 inches Monday morning. Other parts of the state from Cleveland to southeast Ohio saw about 1-3 inches.

Slowdowns were reported on major highways in northeast and central Ohio.

The National Weather Service reports temperatures will drop to the teens and low 20s late Monday afternoon as the snow tapers off.

As snow moves out of Ohio, the Northeast is bracing for a winter storm warning that's been issued for a 250-mile stretch including Boston and New York.

All the latest news surrounding the blizzard of 2015 can be found here.

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All the latest news surrounding the blizzard of 2015 can be found here.


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