Wind chills could cause frostbite in a matter of minutes

Wind Chill Advisory issued in parts of northern Ohio

Wind Chill Advisory now, but even colder air on the way

Light snow is also possible during the late morning hours on Friday.

But National Weather Service forecasters say a brutishly cold air mass entrenched in northern Canada will blast south at the beginning of next week.

SATURDAY: Partly Cloudy and Very Cold High: 7. The wind chill numbers will stay below zero. Snow accumulations around 1 to 3 inches are in tonight's forecast.

Extreme cold will move back to the area Wednesday and Thursday, with an overnight low of 5 and risky wind chill values here, the weather service said. Frostbite and hypothermia can occur if precautions are not taken. Make sure to wear a hat and gloves.

As the cold air plunges in later Tuesday, rain could change to a little snow. One to four inches of snow was expected but would likely drift in some areas due to the strong winds.

The final weekend of January will be a cold one but nothing unusual for the middle of winter.

Thursday: Mostly cloudy with a chance of snow showers later in the day. Exposed skin in that of cold can be frost bitten in no more than 10 minutes.

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