Snow Could Complicate First Ohio Commute Of 2014

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Forecasters are predicting snowfall that could complicate Ohio’s first morning commute of 2014.

Accumulations ranging from four to six inches were possible across the state beginning late New Year’s Day and continuing into Thursday morning.

Much of that snow will fall as people are returning to work after the holiday. Temperatures are also expected to drop into the teens over the next few days.

Ohio had a snowier than usual December early on, only to see much of the snow washed away in heavy rains.

After unseasonably warm weather right before Christmas, temperatures have gotten back to normal for this time of year.



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