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Snow moves out of central Ohio; slick roads heading into Tuesday

The snow is on its way out, but cold temperatures will keep the roads improving.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Snow has moved out of central Ohio, but roads will remain slick heading into Tuesday.

Most of central Ohio saw anywhere between 1-2 inches of snow on Monday.

Much colder air will move into the area, setting up for a statewide refreeze.

Central Ohio will be at about 17 degrees early Tuesday morning with winds making it feel like it's in the single digits. Highs will only get into the mid-20s.

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Our next chance to see snow will be Thursday night into Friday with a light accumulation being possible. 

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