(AP) - Heavy snow and ice awaited commuters as another winter storm passed through Ohio. Forecasters said the heaviest snowfall was expected overnight Wednesday, and could include freezing rain and sleet.
A winter storm warning was issued for nearly all of the state through Wednesday morning, with heavy, blowing snow expected to make driving hazardous.
Southeastern Ohio, which got the brunt of a storm Monday, could escape the worst this time, getting precipitation in the form of freezing rain and sleet.
Forecasters predicted ice would be the biggest threat in the Cincinnati area and several southern Ohio counties to its east. High temperatures were expected to reach the low-30s.
Ohio has had a string of blizzards and frigid temperatures, beginning in early December.