COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — After seeing some spring-like temperatures over the weekend, a swath of southern Ohio is getting hit with another snow storm.
Many schools were closed or delayed Monday morning as snow was falling across the southern half of the state, mostly below Interstate 70.
Forecasters expected counties south of I-70 to get 2 to 4 inches of snow, while areas nearer to the Ohio River could see 3 to 5 inches.
Many counties were under winter weather warnings or advisories until mid-morning. Another winter storm is expected to roll into Ohio later this week.