CINCINNATI (AP) - A storm moving across the Midwest bringing heavy snow and high winds to many areas is expected to dump as much as four to 10 inches in parts of Ohio.
Some snow and rain were reported around the state during the day Sunday. But the National Weather Service says there was no significant accumulation.
A winter storm warning was in effect for much of Ohio tonight with heavier snow amounts and temperatures in the low to mid 30s predicted.
A meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Wilmington says west central and southwest Ohio could see four to 10 inches, with about one to four inches expected in far northern Ohio.
Snow continuing into Monday morning was expected to create problems for commuters.