A winter storm system moved into the Buckeye State overnight on Thursday, dropping temperatures to below-zero and producing negative double-digit wind chills. The system is expected to last until Sunday.  You can get the latest forecast here.

The biggest worries are the bitter cold, ice and high wind gusts, which could cause power outages, as well as dangerous travel conditions leading up to and through the holiday weekend. AEP on Sunday thanked residents for their efforts in turning down thermostats in a bid to avoid outages, saying the worst was past. Follow along for the latest updates across the Ohio.