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Much of northern Ohio could see up to foot of snow as biggest storm of the season takes aim

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Many areas of Ohio are bracing for what's likely to be the biggest snowstorm of winter so far.

Forecasters are predicting up to a foot snow could hit parts of northern Ohio while others from Cleveland to Toledo will see eight to 10 inches of snow.

They expect the heaviest snowfall to come during the day.

Cities across northern Ohio began warning residents on Saturday to move their cars off the streets. Many churches were canceling Sunday services. The Toledo Zoo says it will be closed Sunday.

The heaviest snow is expected to be north of U.S. 30 while central Ohio is likely to see at least a few inches of snow.

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