From Richland Public Health:

A Wind Chill Warning for the entire area from this evening to Thursday afternoon. Dangerously cold wind chills are expected to last for a couple days and could be life-threatening.

What to expect: …Frigid Temperatures with Extremely Dangerous Wind Chills Expected This Evening Through Thursday Afternoon for all of Northern Ohio and Northwest PA.

Tonight: Temperatures will continue to drop overnight, falling below zero after midnight. Winds will be blustery all night and wind chill readings by after midnight will be colder than -20F. Wind chill readings could be as cold as -35F by daybreak, which would yield frostbite in as little as 10 minutes.

Wednesday: Little recovery in temperatures with most areas likely staying below zero. Dangerous wind chills will continue with values staying below -25F.

Wednesday Night: Lows well below zero and the coldest wind chills of this stretch expected. Winds remain elevated. Wind chill readings could be as cold as -35F to 40F by daybreak, which would yield frostbite in as little as 10 minutes.

Thursday: High temperatures in the single digits. Wind chills improve through the day as winds begin to diminish across the area. Wind chills go above -20F by Thursday afternoon and continue to improve overnight.

Friday: Temperatures continue to recover with high temperatures back in the teens to lower 20s by late afternoon.

…Wind Chill Criteria…Wind Chill Warning: Wind chills of -25F or colder for more than a few hours with wind of 6 MPH or greater.

Wind Chill Advisory: Wind chills of -10F to -24 for more than a few hours and with wind of 6 MPH or greater.

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