No, it’s not over yet: the National Weather Service is calling for significant snow in our area on Saturday night and most of the day Sunday.
A winter storm watch has been issued for Hancock, Putnam, Wyandot, Allen and Hardin counties until Monday afternoon. Snow in excess of 8 inches, along with significant amounts of ice, may be possible in the warned area, which covers the southern two-thirds of Ohio.
Winter storm watches are currently in effect in a wide swath of the midwestern United States, from as far west as central Kansas to as far east as Pittsburgh.
Then, it is predicting more cold weather, especially on Monday night, when the low is expected to be around zero. In between, temperatures are expected to go no higher than 35, and that only on Saturday afternoon.