COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Bundle up, Ohio.
In the wake of the first winter storm of 2014, the state is expected to see its coldest temperatures in years.
Temperatures were in single digits to start the day throughout the state Friday, with wind chills well below zero. Forecasters say wind chills in Cleveland could dip as low as 20-below.
After a warm up into double digits Saturday and Sunday, temperatures will dive back down, with highs throughout the state from only 0 to 5 for Monday. And it'll stay bitterly cold through most of next week.
Some counties are still cleaning up from the storm that blew through Thursday, leaving 4 to 6 inches of new snow.
But the northeast U.S. is getting the brunt, with around 2 feet of snow in some areas.