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Winter Storm Updates: Snow moves out of Ohio, frigid temperatures move in

Roads remain hazardous in many locations across the state; most central Ohio counties are under a Level 2 Snow Emergency.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — After a barrage of sleet, ice and snow, the winter storm has moved out of Ohio. 

Roads remain hazardous in many locations across the state; most central Ohio counties are under a Level 2 Snow Emergency.

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Snow/ice totals update:

This winter storm has finally left Ohio and we'll now endure some frigid temperatures going into the overnight. 

Columbus ended up with 4.4" of snow and totals ranged from 6"+ in NW Franklin County to less than 2.0" in far Southern & Southeastern Franklin County. 

The large difference was due to the slowly moving snow/sleet line, which kept the majority of the precipitation to the south either sleet or freezing rain.

The majority of the freezing rain was in Southern Ohio towards SE Ohio where Ice accumulations exceeded 0.30" in spots! Further north is where the bulk of the snow fell. Areas such as Marion, Mansfield, and counties north of Franklin County saw easily 6"+ with some locations around 10" up around Mansfield. 

Temperatures will be remaining below average over the next week, so don't expect this fresh ice and snow to be leaving us anytime soon.

Credit: 10TV/WBNS
Credit: 10TV/WBNS
Credit: 10TV/WBNS
Credit: 10TV/WBNS

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