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Frigid temperatures remain, refreeze possible heading into Tuesday

Parts of Coshocton and Muskingum counties saw close to 12" in spots while lesser amounts were seen north and west of Columbus.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The snow has ended across Central Ohio and we're now getting ready for some frigid conditions tonight.

Snowfall amounts in Franklin County range from one to four inches while areas south and east saw much more. Parts of Coshocton and Muskingum counties saw close to 12" in spots while lesser amounts were seen north and west of Columbus.  

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While the snow has ended, temperatures will be falling into the upper teens tonight with single digits wind chills.

Refreezing will occur tonight, so keep an eye out for some additional slick spots not only tonight into tomorrow, but through the rest of the week.

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We're also watching the chance for another rain/snow mix on Wednesday. Stay tuned for more details.  

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