NEWS
Ohio Valley Generic Highlights
Sun Feb 17, 2013 02:32 AM CST

Light snow showers are expected today from eastern Ohio into West Virginia. Light lake effect bands will also be possible in western Michigan. Accumulations will generally be held to an inch or less. However, there may be higher totals in the higher terrain of West Virginia. Overnight conditions will be fairly dry. Temperatures will be 5-15 degrees below average.

On Monday a cold front will approach the Great Lakes region and mild air will fill into the Ohio Valley. Temperatures will rise up to 10 degrees above average. The front will pull rain showers ...

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