A wind chill advisory has been issued for central Ohio from 6 p.m. Sunday to noon on Monday.
The wind chill is expected to be minus 20 in parts of central Ohio, according to NBC4 Meteorologist Ben Gelber.
The advisory comes after a complex weather system brought a mix of heavy rainfall, sleet and snow on Saturday and dropped 3 to 5 inches of snow on central Ohio early Sunday morning and 6 to 8 inches across northern areas.
Rain gradually changed to freezing rain and snow Saturday evening as colder air filtered south Saturday night with a powerful northwest wind gusting between 30 and 40 mph, causing near-blizzard conditions northwest of Columbus.
Snowfall totals in Central Ohio:
3 inches – North Fork Village
3.5 inches – Grove City
3.6 inches – Columbus
4.7 inches – Worthington
5 inches – Delaware
6 inches – Marysville
6 inches – Urbana
6.5 inches – Lincoln Village