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Another Storm and Extreme Wind Chills On The Way

Story By: Rob Meisse

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/4/2014

A major winter storm will impact travel in our area late this evening and Sunday. New snowfall amounts for Mansfield should be between 4 to 10 inches all depending on the exact track of the storm. Low pressure will track over eastern Ohio with cold artic air behind. Extreme wind chills will follow Monday night through Wednesday. Wind chills of 40 below zero will likely occur.

We expect many area schools will either be closed or delayed Monday , Tuesday and possibly Wednesday due to these dangerous wind chills and storm. Currently all of our area is under a Wind Chill Warning for Monday and Tuesday and a Winter Storm Warning from 5pm Sunday through Monday. 

You can keep up with all the closings and delays on WMFD.com, WMFD TV, Mix 106.1FM, The WMFD app and our texting services. When signing up for our texting systems you can pick schools you would like to be notified about, severe weather alerts by county, breaking news and more. Signup is simple just go to WMFD.com and click on Texting at the top of any page.

   
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