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A storm system affected the southern Great Lakes and Ohio Valley in two distinct pieces Tuesday evening through Wednesday. The initial phase of this system Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning produced between 1 and 3 inches of snow across many areas north of Route 24. The stronger portion of this system brought an additional 2 to 5 inches of snow on Wednesday. Temperatures near or slightly above freezing Tuesday evening resulted in slushy snow. The combination of colder air moving into the region Wednesday and increasing winds led patchy blowing and drifting snow Wednesday afternoon into Wednesday evening.


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