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Cold Snap Continues In The Miami Valley

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National Weather Service, Wilmington, Ohio
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Ohioans aren't getting a reprieve from the long weekend's record-breaking cold temperatures. 
 
Cities across the state were starting the day with temperatures below zero Tuesday, with some reporting record low temperatures for the second day in a row.  

The Dayton area will see sub-zero temperatures on Wednesday and Thursday night.
 
Cleveland's Hopkins Airport reported a reading of minus 8 degrees Tuesday. That broke the record set 130 years ago of 7 below zero in 1885. The Cleveland airport also reported a record of minus 10 degrees Monday.
 
The Cincinnati area reported a record low of 5 below Tuesday morning, breaking 1958's record of minus 4. The cold temperatures came after the area recorded about 6.3 inches of snow Monday night. 
 
The National Weather Service says Ohio temperatures would rise to about the mid-teens to 20 degrees Tuesday.