Superstorm Sandy Brings Snow To Ohio, Other Midwest States
Many Ohio residents woke up to see snow falling outside their windows on Tuesday morning.
At least 50 schools reported delays or cancellations because of the weather.
One WBNS-10TV viewer sent in a photo from Waverly in Pike County of her car covered in snow.
The Ohio Department of Transportation reported that there were 30 trucks out in central Ohio clearing roads in Delaware, Franklin, Madison, Marion, Morrow, Pickaway and Union Counties.
In other parts of the U.S., a blizzard warning covered a large part of West Virginia as snow and high winds blew over Appalachia on the edges of Superstorm Sandy.
The National Weather Service said Tuesday a foot and more of snow was reported in lower elevations of West Virginia, where most towns and roads are. High elevations in the mountains were getting more than two feet.
More than 128,000 customers in West Virginia were without power.
Authorities closed more than 45 miles of Interstate 68 on either side of the West Virginia-Maryland state line because of blizzard conditions and stuck cars.
The State Highway Administration in Maryland says the higher elevations in the western state have gotten more than a foot of snow since Monday afternoon, and it was still snowing at 5 a.m. Tuesday.
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