The National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Advisory for portions of north central, Northeast and Northwest Ohio from 6 a.m.to 1 p.m. Friday.
Wind chills from Tuesday night through at least Thursday will drop to as low as 35 degrees below zero.
There was also snow expected in OH and along the Lake Erie shoreline on Friday during the cold temperatures.
From this Sunday evening overnight into Monday morning heavy snow and blowing snow is expected over this same area.
This will be a cold weekend with highs near freezing.
Our next chance of accumulating snow will come on Monday.
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What we will see through Thursday night and Friday are risky wind chills.
A wind chill advisory is in effect through Friday morning because frostnite could occur in under 15 minutes.
Friday will be a cloudy, breezy day. Afternoon highs will only reach the upper teens, roughly 20° below the seasonal averages. That said, fast-moving and weak disturbances will bring the occasional bout of light snow.
An arctic cold front will bring a round of snow showers by Thursday afternoon, January 24.
Our seasonal snow deficit is shrinking. "Tricky in the amounts but some snow should fall, for now, anything from a dusting to up to 2" will be possible in spots!