CINCINNATI (AP) — The latest storm that dumped as much as 10 inches of snow on parts of southern Ohio has moved out of the state.
Meteorologist Ashley Novak with the National Weather Service says the snowfall that closed or delayed some schools and government offices had stopped by early afternoon.
Ohio University in Athens and Shawnee State University in Portsmouth were among schools that closed for the day.
But Ohio won't get much of a respite. Another storm is expected to move into parts of the state late Tuesday afternoon into evening.
Forecasters say the heaviest snow probably will be north of Dayton and Columbus. The southern part of the state could get snow mixed with rain or freezing rain, making for a difficult Wednesday commute for many.