Ohio to be mostly spared from winter storm pounding US

CLEVELAND (AP) — Weather forecasts show that Ohio will be mostly spared from winter storms pounding other parts of the U.S. this weekend. There were high wind warnings throughout much of the state Saturday afternoon with gusts reaching 40 mph. Northern Ohio is expected to see a wintry mix Saturday with afternoon rains turning to snow and possibly icy rain. Snow squalls and highs in the 20s are expected across northern Ohio on Sunday. Central and southern Ohio will see highs in the mid 40s and low 50s Saturday with temperatures plummeting into the teens early Sunday as a cold front moves in.

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