People all over the region are shoveling out of one snow storm today as they get set for the next one.
According to the National Weather Service, most of our area received about two to three inches on New Year’s Day. Another two to three inches fell through most of the area yesterday, and more is on the way for this weekend.
The National Weather Service is tracking a storm that is expected in the area on Sunday.
Forecasters say this next storm looks like it has the potential to dump a lot of snow… more than the last two did.
In addition to more snow on Sunday, forecasters are also predicting arctic temperatures settling into northwest Ohio. Temperatures are expected to be well below 0 into the early part of next week.
The National Weather Service says dangerous wind chills “possibly as low as 25–35 below zero could be here by Monday through Tuesday night.